Solargon manufacturer Brian Propp outside the Sutherland Solargon 30
Sunday, November 21, 2010
The Willett Solargon project was our largest to date. The combination of two Solargon 30-10 over a walkout basement with a large link gave the owners just over 2,300 sq. ft. of living space. This spacious dwelling will be interesting to follow as they add their solar P.V. system next spring.
Setting one of the last wall panels in the connecting link.
Posted by Doug Kirk at 1:35 PM
Saturday, November 20, 2010
Get Small and Live LargeBuildings represent 71% of the consumption of electricity
in the U.S. and generate 39% of the nation's carbon
emissions. Clearly any plan to meet the climate change and
electricity generation capacity challenges must address buildings.
Cut your home utility bills — freeing money for
Increase your comfort even though you downsize
Reduce pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.
Increase national security.
Relax while energy-efficient technologies and
products continue producing these benefits for you
day after day, year after year.
Posted by Doug Kirk at 8:31 AM