Max Horn Nantasket Beach Net Zero Home

Max Horn Nantasket Beach Net Zero Home

Max Horn’s Nantasket Beach Solar Home is on the ocean, at the Pemberton Point end of Nantasket Beach, in Hull, MA. Built in 2009, it is net zero. The temperature inside the house stays steady. The house has 12-inch insulated walls and is tightly sealed. A gas-fueled...
Merrymount Neighborhood Home

Merrymount Neighborhood Home

Welcome to our solar & EV home in Quincy, MA! We installed our 3.22 KW solar system in 2011 through GroSolar, which is now owned by SunRun (that’s why you’ll see both names on our solar equipment). Five years after installing solar, we bought our first...
Coastal Massachusetts Sustainable Solar Home

Coastal Massachusetts Sustainable Solar Home

We made several energy upgrades to our home: A 5.8 kW rooftop solar system in 2014; a Sonnen backup battery in 2018; an air source heat pump and electric stove in 2020; and a Hyundai Kona EV with level 2 Chargepoint charger in 2021. The Sonnen battery keeps essential...
Cohasset Landfill Solar Array

Cohasset Landfill Solar Array

The solar array at the site of the old landfill in Cohasset has saved our town several hundred thousand dollars since its installation five years ago.

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