Austin, TX, July 30, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Through careful analysis, design and installation of rainwater collection systems, Solar PV electric systems, and Wind Energy generation systems, Solar, Wind & Rain can improve the sustainability components in any residential or commercial setting; including urban as well as rural farm and ranch environments.
Blair Williamson, CEO of Solar, Wind, and Rain, has practical experience as a banker and high-tech entrepreneur. “I think of myself as a helpmate to all those who are stewards of the land,” said Williamson, who will lead a team of experts providing analysis, design, and installation of rainwater collection systems, solar electric systems, and wind energy generation systems.
“Why pay for home electricity and heating fuel when the sun offers a free alternative? Fuel prices go up and down. It's now the right time to create your own energy policy, and the one dependable source of power is the sun!” Williamson said.
Mr. Williamson’s Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Notre Dame is the foundation of his critical scientific thinking and his business career includes investment advisory, retail banking and international business with recent successes in high-tech manufacturing and distribution.
Williamson began part-time operation of Solar, Wind and Rain in 2008 while CFO of Solar Sciences, LLC. As a consultant working with the science and engineering behind the application of various technologies to harness solar energy it became obvious these same metrics applied to wind energy and systems to collect rainwater.
“I want to help Central Texans take a more aggressive approach toward their energy expenses!”
- Take personal control of electric rates.
- Protect yourself from future rate hikes.
- IRR (Internal rate of return) 10-12%
- Payback in about 12-15 years.
- Price of a mid-sized car or kitchen remodel
- Reduce dependence on foreign energy
- Help the earth
- Make America stronger
It is a historical nexus of costs/benefits/financing that makes Solar Energy and other renewable alternatives timely and profitable investments.”
“I’d put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power! I hope we don’t have to wait until oil and coal run out before we tackle that,” Thomas Edison told his friends Henry Ford and Harvey Firestone in 1931.
Contact: Blair Williamson
Solar, Wind & Rain