January 14, 2013
Historical farm in Harleysville gets a green makeover

For many in Harleysville, it is probably best recognized as the former Price farm. The original 200-acre tract was settled in 1721 by Jacob Price, a preacher among the Dunkards, a mainly German conservative sect that immigrated to Pennsylvania in the early 18th century..more



November 12, 2012
Article written about a Sun Ray Systems installation

Just over a year ago, we took the plunge at my house in southeastern Pennsylvania and covered the back roof with solar panels: 41 of them, to be exact. After 12 months we’ve created 13.8 megawatt hours of electricity while using only 7.59 megawatt hours. The energy surplus becomes..more



July 28, 2011
Green Fair for Eco-Friendly Living

Jim Pepe represented his company Sun Ray Systems at the 2nd annual Green Fair for Eco-Friendly Living held at the Peter Becker Community in Harleysville, Pa. The fair provided an opportunity for Jim to educate more of the local community about tapping into the sun's energy for our electric energy needs.



May 20, 2011
Pennsylvania Solar Energy Industries Association Press Conference

Sun Ray Systems attended a press conference at the PA State Capitol building hosted by PASEIA. Representative Chris Ross is introducing House Bill 1580 to fix solar in PA. After the conference Sun Ray Systems spread the word to the Senator in their district to make him aware of what's happening in the solar industry with HB 1580. Click here to read more about what you can do today about the Solar Energy Credits Problem in Pennsylvania. Click on a photo below to see an enlarged version.



February 17, 2010 | Montgomery Media News
Historic homestead harnesses sun’s power to offset electric costs

Jim Pepe and Joyce Sherman have spent the past 19 years restoring their 19th century Lower Salford farmhouse. But just this year, they brought it into the new millennium and beyond. Pepe, a general contractor, got his certification and installed 105 60-by-30-inch solar collectors to use the power of the sun to offset 100 percent of the Indian Creek Road homestead’s electric bill. “We’re trying to be as energy independent as possible,” Sherman explained... more