Backup Power

Did you lose power during the last storm? We didn’t. As a matter of fact, the only reason we knew power was out in the neighborhood was our internet was down. And we had to start our neighbor’s generator for them (they were out of town). And we had to check on another neighbor’s house. Some of our neighbors were without electricity for more than 24 hours.

If you were without power, or frequently lose power for long periods of time, you might want to consider installing a solar back-up system. If designed and installed correctly, you may not even notice when the power goes out. And when you are not using your solar electricity to power your loads, you can send it back to the grid for a credit on your electric bill!

Call us if you would like to explore this option for your home.

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About Lee

As founding member of Net Zero Renewable Resources, LLC (NZRR), Lee is involved in all aspects of renewable projects, from meeting with prospective customers to ascertain their renewable energy goals, to designing systems, and facilitating and overseeing all aspects of the installation. Having designed and installed his own solar electric backup system in 1999 and currently living off the grid in a home powered completely by solar, Lee understands the intricacies of renewable energy and is able to explain complex systems in easy-to-understand terms.
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