Solar photovoltaic (PV) technology converts the sun’s energy into electricity. Solar modules or “panels” can be mounted on a roof, the side of a building, or on a ground rack. The most popular systems connect to your electric meter through what is known as “net metering.” Net metering negates the need for battery storage and uses the utility grid to sell power back to your electric company. (read more)
Geothermal systems (aka: GeoExchange) transfer heat from one location (in the ground or in water) to another location (your building). Geothermal systems can provide heating in the winter and cooling in the summer simply by turning a reversing valve. Geo-thermal fuel is unlimited, renewable, and accessible in virtually any location in the world.(read more)
Integrated Systems are a combination of more than one renewable energy source. For example: If you combine a PV system with a Geothermal system. If the system are designed, installed and maintained at optimum (size and capacity) you can have a Net Zero system. A Net Zero system is a system that does not cost anything to run. The PV system created the energy (electricity) to run the heat pump in a Geothermal system. (read more)
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