Net Zero Renewable Resources, LLC (NZRR), located in southern Vermont, is dedicated to providing the highest quality solar and other renewable energy products and services to our customers at the best possible price.
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What We Do
Some of the ways NZRR can help you save money and reduce your dependence on fossil fuels:
Solar Photovoltaics (PV) – also called solar electricity, this proven technology will enable you to make and use your own electricity, as well as sell the excess to your power company (grid-tie system), store it at your location for later use (battery backup system), or do both (hybrid system).
Solar Hot Water (SHW) – this technology uses the sun to make hot water for domestic use or for space heating. These systems are comprised of a collector (flat-plate or evacuated tube), a storage tank, and a heat exchanger. The collector is mounted on the roof, and the storage tank is located near your home hot water tank. The two are connected in such a way as to allow the pre-heated water from the sun to flow into your domestic hot water tank.
Small Wind – in areas where the wind resource is sufficient, installation of a wind turbine generator (WTG) can provide a significant percentage of your power needs. NZRR can design and implement a WTG system for your location, or help you determine if your location is suitable for a WTG.
Small Hydroelectric – even a small amount of running water has the capacity to generate a significant amount of electricity, since water usually flows 24-hours per day, seven days per week.
Raised Garden Beds and Greenhouse Kits – We are pleased to provide raised garden bed kits and greenhouse kits to compliment the garden beds. See details for the raised bed kits here and the greenhouse kits here.
The map below shows locations where we have installed one or more renewable energy systems. Click on any of the markers for more information.
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