Solar Open House in Durham, NH Draws A Crowd
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We want to give a big thank you to Charles Forcey, who hosted a wonderful crowd of people a few weeks ago for a solar tour of his home in Durham, New Hampshire.
Forcey, founder of Historicus, a company that helps institutions and individuals use new media to further research and teaching goals, is the proud owner of both solar hot water and solar electric systems for his home.
Forcey says of the project:
The install went better than I could have dreamed. Both crews were punctual, polite, informative, and clearly masters of their crafts. So impressive how the great culture of the company has been translated to everyone on the team. What a great experience. Now the neighbors are stopping by time and again and asking for your contact information!
Neighbors and the general public had an opportunity to see both the 3 kw grid-tied solar electric array and 60-tube solar hot water system for an Open House held on June 25. Jen Hatch and Heather Fournier from ReVision explained how the systems work, and Charles had an opportunity to talk about how economics and environmental reasons made it the right time to go solar for him.
Thanks again Charles, and we hope to gather more of the solar-interested at our upcoming series of solar open houses to be held this fall.
More Photos from the Event:
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