City Times Staff
A new Plover-based company is changing the sterile look of solar paneling.
Solar Nouveau owner Aaron Garrett-Schesch is debuting his patented “Deco Daisy”- a decorative solar panel designed in the shape of a flower- at the Wisconsin Garden District Farmers Market in Milwaukee on June 13.
“Like its namesake does to honeybees, the agricultural green and yellow Deco Daisy draws people in with it’s presence,” Garrett-Schesch said in a news release.
The company also offered solar lighting and irrigation systems. The Deco Daisy supports what Garrett-
Schesch called a “state-of-the-art 1.5 kilowatt photovaltaic system” which will produce about six kilowatts of solar electricity daily.
“I got tired of installing unaesthetic, unappealing, erector set style solar systems, that no one in their right mind would display in their front yard,” he said. “I realized that solar would not go mainstream until John and Jane Q. public saw solar as something they could put in their front yard. So, I taught my self how to use 3D modeling software, and came up with the Deco Daisies.”
Garrett-Schesch said he also plans to launch “Let it Shine”, a fundraising campaign designed to instill standalone Deco Daisy solar lighting for inner city parks.
For more information, contact Garrett-Schesch at SolarNouveau@gmail.com or by visiting www.SolarNouveau.com.