Converting Home
Energy Systems

Converting your home energy environment means evaluating your major systems—heating and cooling, hot water, cooking appliances, and washers/dryers—that currently run on fossil fuels or older electric technologies. It’s about implementing renewable-powered, proven, Energy Star-rated systems and appliances to establish a more sustainable future. 
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Heating and cooling

Heating and cooling is generally the single greatest contributor to home energy usage. Considering ways to convert your current heating and cooling systems to a renewable energy-driven model is the smartest way to create energy dollar savings and CO2 reduction at your home.

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Hot water heating

Common modes of producing hot water in the home are hot water tank systems that are part of an oil or gas-based furnace or tankless gas or electric solutions. Heat pump-based water heaters—are far more efficient than those running on fossil fuels or conventional electric.

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Major appliances

It may be that your washer, dryer, and cooking appliances may also be consuming fossil fuels. Converting to modern electric appliances combined with renewable electricity sources can have a powerful impact on your overall carbon footprint, and total energy spend.

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