The small 700-watt “starter system” of solar panels on the roof of Cheryl Bayle’s net-zero energy designed home in Olympia includes the infrastructure for easy expansion, said home builder Scott Bergford of Scott Homes. The new 2,020-square-foot home was shown during the Thurston Solar Tour in 2012.
The small 700-watt “starter system” of solar panels on the roof of Cheryl Bayle’s net-zero energy designed home in Olympia includes the infrastructure for easy expansion, said home builder Scott Bergford of Scott Homes. The new 2,020-square-foot home was shown during the Thurston Solar Tour in 2012. Tony Overman Staff file, 2012
The small 700-watt “starter system” of solar panels on the roof of Cheryl Bayle’s net-zero energy designed home in Olympia includes the infrastructure for easy expansion, said home builder Scott Bergford of Scott Homes. The new 2,020-square-foot home was shown during the Thurston Solar Tour in 2012. Tony Overman Staff file, 2012

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