Category: Nevada



6012 Topaz Street
Suite #6
Las Vegas, NV 89120

(702) 451-7155 (Office)
(702) 446-0445 (Fax)


kama Energy Efficient Building Systems, Inc. is a privately owned Nevada corporation. Corporate offices and fabricating facility are located in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Ken A. Miller, USGBC
Licensed General Contractor

With over 36 years of experience as a licensed General Contractor and hands-on builder, Ken is always on the look-out for new and innovative building techniques and products that are energy efficient, healthy and safe, and that address environmental concerns.

Throughout his career, Ken has facilitated the construction of a wide range of residential, commercial, government, and historical projects.

Ken’s design and creation of the kama-EEBS™ panel was a direct response to clients who wanted buildings that were more environmentally friendly, more thermally efficient, more durable and, at the same time, cost effective. After extensive research, Ken concluded that if he was going to build with such a product he would have to design it himself. So, he did. kama-EEBS™ was created to meet and exceed the requests of his clients.

Green Building

Green building is the practice of increasing the efficiency with which buildings use resources – energy, water, and materials – while reducing building impacts on human health and the environment, through better siting, design, construction, operation, maintenance, and removal – the complete building life cycle.
Effective green building can lead to:

1. Reduced operating costs by increasing productivity and using less energy and water

2. Improved public and occupant health due to improved indoor air quality

3. Reduced environmental impacts by reducing and/or eliminating greenhouse gas emissions, recyclability, reduction in waste and construction time
In the United States, buildings account for:

  • Between 40 and 49% of total energy use
  • 25% of total water consumption
  • 70% of total electricity consumption
  • 38% of total carbon dioxide emissions

However, the environmental impact of buildings is often underestimated, while the perceived costs of building green are overestimated.

Green building brings together a vast array of practices and techniques to reduce and ultimately eliminate the impacts of buildings on the environment and human health.

kama-EEBS™ Panels are the most cost effective, safe, healthy and environmentally safe building product on the market today.

Solel Solar Systems Ltd.

Solel Solar Systems Ltd.
Solel Solar Systems Ltd.
Corporate Office Marketing

P.O.B. 811
Beit Shemesh
Tel: 972-2-995 0111 Fax 972-2-999 5521

Solel, Inc.
Office of the U.S. Subsidiary

701 North Green Valley Parkway
Suite 200
Henderson, NV 89074

Tel: 866-677-0444
Fax 702-446-8200

The Solel team has the organization, the resources and the project management capabilities needed to design, manufacture and install solar fields for large scale power generation. Longstanding, field-proven experience with parabolic trough solar thermal plants has brought the cost of kWhe produced to competitive market levels.

Led by a team of solar professionals, Solel’s engineering staff combines proven experience with field-tested know-how and draws on more than twenty years of solar thermal research and commercial implementations. Solel employs more than 280 people in their Beit Shemesh, Israel headquarters and has a West Coast U.S. subsidiary.

The company has invested substantial financial resources over the last 14 years to improve the yearly electrical output of the solar fields and in reducing their installation, operations and maintenance costs, resulting in significant improvements to the overall cost-effectiveness of the parabolic trough solar technology.

Solel Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Solel Solar Systems, is a leading developer of solar power plants. Solel Inc. teams with major players in the fields of engineering design, environmental services, transmission and financing to develop utility scale power plants, both in clusters and in stand-alone configurations.

Solel Inc. is developing the 553 MW Mojave Solar Park 1 (MSP-1), the world’s largest solar thermal power plant, in California’s Mojave Desert. In July 2007, Solel Inc. concluded a 25 year Power Purchase Agreement with Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) to provide it with electricity from MSP-1. Solel will build MSP-1 using Solel 6, Solel’s industry leading solar thermal collector. MSP-1 will encompass nine square miles and will provide PG&E with 1,388 gigawatts of energy annually at a price competitive with plants powered by fossil fuels.

Solel Inc.’s major focus is the southwest region of the U.S., the world’s largest identified market, with its abundant energy source and excellent proximity to population centers. A report commissioned by the WGA (Western Governor’s Association) predicted that peak power demand by 2015 in the six southwestern states (California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah) will grow by 34 GW, of which 20% (7 GW) is targeted to be provided through renewable power sources.


Solels technology converts sunshine into useful thermal energy, and subsequently into electricity, by way of parabolic mirrors that concentrate the solar energy onto solar thermal receivers containing a heat transfer fluid. The heat transfer fluid is circulated and heated through the receivers, and the heat is released to a series of heat exchangers to generate super-heated steam. The steam powers a turbine/generator to produce electricity delivered to a utilitys electric grid.

A central computerized tracking facility enables optimal absorption of the suns energy by automatically adjusting the alignment of the parabolic mirrors. From the moment the sun rises until it dips over the horizon, all of its rays are captured and converted into usable energy.

With a back-up of alternative fuels, a solar plant can operate beyond daylight hours.

Diagram of System