Project Location: Hillsboro, NH
This New Hampshire owner operated logging company wanted to install a solar system that not only powered his business but also generated enough power to bring his home electric bill to zero.
We installed a 19.4 KW system consisting of seventy-two 270 watt Suniva panels, and two 10 KW Fronius- IG- Plus inverters. The power generated from the rooftop system was sold back to Eversource, through the net metering system (NEM), via the grid and subsequently credited back to the customer for both his business and home even though the business and home were on separate meters.
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