Stuart’s H2Ocean Just Got A Little Greener

H2Ocean, the worldwide leading manufacturer of All Natural Sea Salt Health Care products is ready to flip the switch on one one of the the largest rooftop solar installations in Martin County.

Online PR News – 23-October-2012 – Stuart, FL – Stuart, FL – (October 12, 2012) The Business Development Board announced earlier this year an expansion at H2Ocean, headquartered in Martin County. Now with their products on shelves in Walgreens throughout Central Florida from Vero Beach to West Palm Beach, a Statewide and National launch is expected, which will result in continued expansion in Stuart, FL.

H2Ocean, the worldwide leading manufacturer of All Natural Sea Salt Health Care products is ready to flip the switch on one of the largest rooftop solar installations in Martin County. The recent completion of the solar panel installation was first announced at the Business Development Board’s Annual Business Appreciation Awards Luncheon during H2Ocean acceptance of the 2012 Small Business of the Year Award.

H2Ocean’s Chief Executive Officer, Eddie Kolos, is passionate about preserving the environment and is excited that H2Ocean has positioned itself as being a leader in the green movement on the Treasure Coast. “H2Ocean continues to raise the bar in terms of business here in Martin County and with the addition of this solar rooftop project proves that local companies do care about preserving our environment as well.” said Tim Dougher, Executive Director, Business Development Board of Martin County.

With funds from Florida Power & Light and the State of Florida Solar Energy System Incentives program, the 98 panel photovoltaic system is designed to supply a majority of the company’s energy usage measured in kilowatts a year. The incentives available today make solar a smart environmental choice, but also a sound business decision. Solar power not only reduces operating costs and is practically maintenance free, it is also reliable and a good return on investment. Having a solar power system installed is the equivalent to prepaying for almost 40 years of energy, at a fraction of what businesses currently pay for electricity. Once installed, solar power systems will require little or no maintenance at all, especially if there are no batteries being used. Most systems will provide electricity quietly and cleanly for 25 to 40 years. Government incentives and the decrease of solar equipment costs mean the utilization of solar power is a wise investment and a good financial decision for public agencies and businesses.

About H2Ocean and Project Blue Green
H2Ocean develops and manufactures the highest quality all natural healing products containing sea salt and is part of the trifecta that makes up Project Blue Green. Their mission is dedicated to ensuring the preservation of the environment by reducing their carbon footprint, recycling, and eliminating harmful manufacturing principles to make the world a healthier place to live. The environmentally friendly companies which fall under the Project Blue Green name (H2Ocean, Ocean Aid, and Vet Aid) will be known worldwide for developing the safest all natural skin, oral, and vet care products while also ensuring the protection and prosperity of the environment.

About FP&L Rebate
As part of a five-year pilot program authorized by the Florida Public Service Commission, this program is available to all existing FPL business customers. Each premise is eligible for one rebate for the duration of the program. The rebates are not available for new construction or PV systems that are already installed. Applicants must be current account holders of the premise where the solar photovoltaic system is being installed. For more information on the Business Photovoltaic Program, email or call 1-800-DIAL-FPL.

About the BDBMC
The Business Development Board of Martin County is the county’s official economic development organization, and Enterprise Florida, Inc. partner. More information about the organization can be found by visiting