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CEC’s Temporary suspension of the California Emerging Renewables Program

On March 4th the CEC sent notice that it suspended the renewables program. DyoCore is one of many renewable manufacturers that has a product qualified for the incentive as published.

PRLog - Mar. 16, 2011 - On March 4th the CEC sent notice that it suspended the renewables program. “The Energy Commission is suspending the ERP so it may address deficiencies with the program requirements. The goal of the ERP is to increase the installation of small wind systems and fuel cells using renewable fuels, by reducing the net cost of on-site renewable energy systems. The program, however, is not intended to fully eliminate a consumer’s economic interest by covering the entire cost of the system.” Stated within the notification by James D. Boyd, Vice Chair and Presiding Member of the Renewables Committee.  

DyoCore is one of many renewable manufacturers that has a product qualified for the incentive as published.  The suspension of the program comes at a time in which DyoCore was too young in its product deployment to participate at any significant level.  Only a handful of DyoCore’s SolAir products had been qualified by its authorized Distributors prior to the suspension.  Though DyoCore sells the mass majority of its products outside of the California market due to permitting barriers that are only recently being overcome through DyoCore, Inc. and the Distributors efforts.

The wind industry is in its early development stages for direct residential and small business applied solutions.  DyoCore, Inc., a leader in residential small wind, is the manufacturer of the SolAir, a product that is very dynamic in it’s simplicity to deploy, low cost and low maintenance to the average homeowner and small business.  DyoCore is rapidly becoming the brand in roof top mounted small wind applications.  

Unfortunately Small residential wind is not an applicable solution in all markets and restricted to the same environmental considerations as big wind in application on a smaller scale.  However, DyoCore has made tremendous strides towards making Small Wind practical and useful for the average homeowner, a solution that unfortunately Big Wind can’t accomplish due to the size, costs, permitting and maintenance requirements of larger turbine equipment.  

DyoCore’s product, SolAir’s smaller package, and simplified installation, combined with its technology capabilities to create useful energy in what was considered unobtainable energy conditions, makes SolAir a very important first step towards making Wind Power practical and obtainable by the majority of homeowners.  The same homeowners that funded the Renewables Program but just a short while ago couldn’t quality, without a product like SolAir, to obtain the incentive.

DyoCore is only at the threshold towards much more needed research and product development towards greater efficiencies in lower residential wind conditions that make wind power obtainable by the majority opposed to the limited expensive technology now only obtainable by the very few.

The Renewables program was setup to empower the majority of home owners in CA with the ability to qualify and deploy a wind energy system on their homes that they directly funded through increased utility charges that they still pay today.  SolAir is the only product approved with the CEC that applies to this mass availability.  All other products listed with the CEC apply to a very small core of consumers and in most cases none of which live in the major cities in CA.  Without products like SolAir, the program simply takes money out of the masses to benefit a very few estimated at less than 2% of the funding majority.

DyoCore Established in 2004, over the past several years has worked aggressively in cooperation with local and state agencies in establishing parameters towards making residential wind for the average homeowner obtainable.  This direct effort has resulted in a large portion of CA residents now able to qualify this incentive program.  As a leader and pioneer within this specific sector and as a partner with the CEC, DyoCore will continue to build much needed education, development and momentum to make sure small wind and the incentives available apply to all home owners that participate in funding the incentive.

SolAir today is only a first step in the continued evolution in making Small Wind power obtainable by everyone.  Many more resources and partnerships are needed to continue to research and develop the technology necessary to make DyoCore’s mission a success.  DyoCore in combination with the CEC’s Renewables program is an important first step towards the realization of real small wind solutions that apply to real world applications!

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About DyoCore:

Established in 2004, DyoCore’s goals are focused on leveraging green energy resources to improve our lives at home and in business through highly efficient and cost effective Smart Energy Solutions.

DyoCore, Inc. is succeeding in its goals by manufacturing a revolutionary product, the SolAir™ energy system. DyoCore, Inc., a leader in residential small wind, is continuing development of Smart Solutions to be combined with the SolAir™ energy system. These will include lighting, venting, heating, cooling, pumps, remote energy stations, and many other applications that can reduce the dependence of 3rd party energy resources. DyoCore is proud to say that our products are Made in America.

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