Working with Cazeault, the “This Old House” team incorporated Solaria’s beautiful, high-powered solar panels to outfit an addition to a Concord Country Cape house with state-of-the-art clean energy technologies.
The 8kW Solaria PowerXT system, comprised of 20 panels, will generate 10,088 kWhof clean electricity annually. This solar array, paired with battery energy storage and EV charging stations, has transformed this classic 19th century classic cape into a green energy beacon for the 21st century.
“The owners of this dwelling wanted solar; however, they preferred that the panels not detract from the home’s curb appeal,” says Cazeault’s Co-owner Tim Sanborn. “I selected Solaria PowerXT panels because they’re high efficiency, all black and very attractive. Integrated with battery backup, this home is now equipped with state-of-the-art energy features that will save the owners money on their utility bills.”
“Savvy homeowners select Solaria solar panels because they’re visually appealing and provide excellent performance. Solaria is proud to provide our customers with the most powerful and reliable solar panels on the market,” says Tony Alvarez, CEO of Solaria.
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