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Updated: 11:15 AM Jul 19, 2010
Brightleaf Solar working to turn over a new leaf in solar panel technology
A Montrose man is using the sun to launch what he believes will be a multi-million dollar business, and in the process, create hundreds of new jobs on the Western Slope.
Posted: 10:57 AM Jul 19, 2010
Reporter: Tim Ciesco
Email Address: tim.ciesco@nbc11news.com
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  • by Shanin Location: Oregon on Apr 6, 2011 at 10:41 PM
    Is Brightleaf still hiring? In particular are they hiring drafters?
  • by Ken Walker Location: Montrose on Feb 16, 2011 at 03:01 PM
    I heard about your project from a friend who took a look at your new facility. I have a going store, here on S. 5th st., selling architectural salvage, art, antiques, repurposed items. Many of my customers are into energy efficient construction and green technology. I would like to be your local storefront or representative, to supply this technology to folks who could not otherwise afford to convert to green systems, including myself. I have a great building with in-floor glycol heat,(currently nat. gas powered), and a near 1/2 block vacant lot, with great S. exposure, and huge visibility to Hwy 550, right here on S. 5th street. I would welcome any ideas or proposals for a joint effort in marketing your new product. Open Tue. through Sat.,afternoons, for now, while my foot surgery heals up. I hope to hear from you. Thanks, Ken Walker Old Home Highlights 240-0242
  • by Walt Location: Texas on Sep 18, 2010 at 07:07 AM
    This man is onto something big. I think it will definitely bring solar systems to the masses at the right time and employ people who want to work.
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