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Appeal to B.O.R.A October 20, 2011 Permits: 2011038833 Roofing 2011048198 Solar Elec. / Plumb


TIPV SOLAR SYSTEM for: 8210 S.W. 99 Street, Miami, Florida

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T.I.P.V. SOLAR ROOF SYSTEM

SUSTAINABLE ENERGY EFFICIENT HURRICANE RESISTANT

TIPV is a flexible non-invasive solar mounting technique with enhanced wind resistance to facilitate the aesthetic integration of commercially available “American” Solar Technology. The New Hybrid Universal Roofing System is developed by Artezanos® Inc. and Conservation Energy Roofing Systems. All Text & Graphics © 2009 Artezanos® Inc. U.S. Patent 7,513,08. Other U.S. and Foreign Patents Pending.

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TIPV mock-up detail showing ridge and terminal covers

Photovoltaic mounted aluminum panels

Deconstructive perspective of TIPV mock-up

“Photovoltaic Roof Mounted Panels� with 3 protective wrap


Flexible Solar Laminate NOA REQUIRED

355 N.E. 111 Street Miami, Florida

Rockwool Strips for Ornamental Roof Vegetation

NOA NOT REQUIRED 4


Rack mounted domestic Hot Water Heater NOA NOT REQUIRED

Rack Mounted c-Si PV System NOA NOT REQUIRED

9800 S.W. 127th Avenue Miami, Florida

12700 S.W. 119th Street Miami, Florida

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Solar Pool Heater

NOA NOT REQUIRED

10165 S.W. 132 Ct. Miami, Florida

Solar Pool Heater

NOA NOT REQUIRED

12270 S.W. 82nd Terrace Miami, Florida

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Solar Pool Heater NOA NOT REQUIRED

12723 S.W. 113th Lane Miami, Florida

Solar Pool Heater NOA NOT REQUIRED

12241 S.W. 96 Street Miami, Florida

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Solar Pool Heater NOA NOT REQUIRED

12000 S.W. 92 Street Miami, Florida

Solar Pool Heater NOA NOT REQUIRED

12001 S.W. 93 Street Miami, Florida

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Solar Pool Heater NOA NOT REQUIRED

12261 S.W. 94th Street Miami, Florida

Domestic Solar Water Heater NOA NOT REQUIRED

12271 S.W. 95th Street Miami, Florida

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ROOF TILE BIPV The Solé Power Tile from SRS Energy is a building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) roofing product designed in collaboration with US Tile. Intended for mission-style roofs, the product uses thin-film solar technology to convert a greater spectrum of light into electricity, while the barrel shape allows air to flow underneath, reducing a building’s cooling needs.

Lumeta “S” Tile and Flat Tile Solar BIPV modules

Eagle Solar Blend BIPV modules

BIPV “AS SHOWN” SHOULD REQUIRE AN NOA BECAUSE IT REPLACES THE 10 ACTUAL ROOF TILE



APPEAL TO MIAMI DADE COUNTY BOARD OF RULES AND APPEALS (HYBRID TILE INTEGRATED ROOF SYSTEM)