NEWINGTON, Connecticut, September 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Schuco International KG, German parent company of Schuco USA L.P., and German energy giant E.ON AG are jointly investing $135 million to develop new photovoltaic (PV) modules based on thin-film technology for metal and glass facades. Production begins in mid 2008. The modules will be produced in Germany using technology supplied by Applied Materials, Inc., global market leader in nanomanufacturing. "We want to go on improving the cost-benefit ratio of integrating PV modules in building facades, and to make photovoltaic modules a standard feature in building envelopes", declares Dirk U. Hindrichs, CEO of Schuco International.
NEWINGTON, Connecticut, September 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Schuco USA L.P., American supplier of solar power systems, markets building-integrated photovoltaic modules "Made in Germany ". Schuco's extremely efficient glass-glass modules are available in sizes up to 6.56' x 9.84' and come in all colors. These modules can be seen for the first time in the US at Solar Power 2007 in Long Beach (Stand 414).
NEWINGTON, Connecticut, September 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Schuco USA L.P., American supplier of solar systems, windows, doors and aluminium facade systems, not only provides the world's best-engineered solar energy products, but also superb marketing, sales and training services. The first private company to offer North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners continuing education credits, Schuco considers its distributors and installers to be partners in building sustainability.
Ceebraid-Signal and Hunter Roberts Construction Group recently announced that construction is currently underway for Highgrove, downtown Stamford’s most exclusive new luxury condominium designed by the world-renowned architectural firm, Robert A. M. Stern Architects.
Connecticut's foreclosure filings declined between June and July, but the number is still up for the year so far and is approximately 100 percent higher than the July 2006 filings.Nationally, the number of foreclosure filings last month jumped 93 percent from July 2006 and rose 9 percent from June, the latest sign homeowners are having trouble making payments and finding buyers during the national housing downturn.
Galand Haas’ FSBO “other” Web site has added a whole new dimension to his prospecting business, and the beauty of it is that clients don’t even know they’re being prospected. Galand employs a unique approach on the Web site, which is rapidly gaining popularity among agents and brokers looking to capitalize on the growing percentage of Internet-savvy consumers who research buying and selling on the Web—long before they ever contact an agent.
Here is a gloomy scenario from every real estate agent’s war chest. You just gave your best listing presentation and the homeowner responded like this: “I think I’ll try to sell it on my own first.”
Foreclosure listing activity across the nation remained at a high level in the month of July 2007. The total number of properties either entering or moving through some stage of the foreclosure process was 131,574 or one foreclosure for every 879 households in the U.S.According to data compiled by Bargain Network (bargain.com), an online provider of real estate foreclosures, the number of residential homes either entering or moving from one stage of foreclosure showed little movement.
Connecticut home prices rose for the second straight month in May, but sales sank 14 percent, The Warren Group reported Tuesday. The state's median price for single-family homes was $288,000 in May, up 5 percent from $275,000 a year ago. Through the first five months of the year, the statewide median price rose 2 percent from a year ago, from $270,000 to $275,000.
FAIRFIELD — Seven years ago, Southport Village Partners, LLC paid $5.28 million for 4.4 acres near the Southport Railroad Station. The vacant property, across from Wakeman Boys/Girls Club, was sold in an auction in the town's Probate Court by the estate of Frank Dawid.
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