PRLog - Nov. 20, 2009 - SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Recognizing the existing increasing demand for "On Grid" power supply, Douglas Doherty is taking a stand towards creating and installing innovative technology here and now, as a standard for our future.
Douglas Doherty Electric Solar Installer
As a dealer of renewable energy materials, Douglas is able to offer optimum products, pricing and service. To include solar panels and accessories, fuel cells, wind turbines, home surge protection devices, electrical panels and disconnect units. All consultations, city permitting and federal incentive paperwork and installations, are completed by Douglas himself.
Douglas Doherty Electric is a full service electrical contracting business, providing consultation, design, and installation. The business was started in April, 2004 and has strived to provide his customers with state of the art, innovative products and devices that are best suited for each individual project. Douglas is determined that the next five years are going to be critical as we move towards a more sustainable planet. “With the American Recovery Act in place, you will begin to see improvement on several levels. The first, I feel, is going to be our carbon footprint on the earth. Secondly, the demand for “the grid” influx will decrease. I actually hope that its decrease will be above any expectations, creating other sustainable jobs for our children's future.” (Douglas Doherty, on November 20, 2009).
California’s solar industry has over 50,000 current customers and has installed 500 megawatts of solar power. Thermal, wind, solar and even fuel cell technologies are now beginning to become more and more a part of our immediate future, and there is plenty of support, money and people who are making it happen. Each renewable energy device or system installed helps out our overall “footprint”
Contact Douglas Doherty for any questions and more information at 408-499-1307.
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About Douglas Doherty Electric: 12 years in the electrical industry, and 3 years previous in the construction industry. In 2006, the business had 4 full time employees and the future was bright. The industry has since caused downsizing in the business, but Douglas is confident that the new year will bring projects back in. Renewable energy systems design and installations are now a large part of the business, and with the American Recovery Act and other such incentives in place, the future looks large.