A net-zero energy home is the ultimate in energy efficiency and environmental sustainability. Net-zero energy homes produce as much, or more, energy than they use.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, a net-zero energy home “combines state-of-the-art, energy-efficient construction and appliances with commercially available renewable energy systems, such as solar water heating and solar electricity. The combination results in a home that produces its own energy—as much or more than it needs. Even though the home might be connected to a utility grid, it has net zero energy consumption from the utility provider.
Such a home is built with every energy-saving trick in the book, including:
Passive Solar Heating »
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Renewable Energy Systems »
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Net-zero energy homes can be set up with backup power, making them totally off the grid.
If you want to achieve the ultimate in energy conservation and self-reliance, Contact Us and we’ll make it happen.
For more information see the home remodeling section at EnergySavers.gov.
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Edge Energy clearly prefers installing SunPower systems. They were professional and technically informed. They were reasonable and accommodating with contractural matters. The installation crews were polite and courteous. They did neat work and were very competent. They were extremely responsive to address problems that arose. I would recommend them without reservation. They put a good face on SunPower.
Edge Energy was excellent all around. Knowledgeable, friendly, willing to troubleshoot and correct issues that arose during the installation process.
Edge Energy responded quickly to my inquiries and provided clear answers. The technicians who oversaw the installation process were professional and I learned a great deal while interacting with them.
I was completely satisfied by Edge Energy. They have consistently designed and reliably installed strong performance energy innovations for my home. Indeed the only reason that I installed SunPower panels was due to their recommendation.
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