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Expert panelists explore design considerations for solar when trying to get to "zero," HERs modeling and how it considers solar inputs, and how to make being solar-ready easy, including roof details and planning for the electrical requirements.
Getting ready to build a home and considering solar? Curious about the options, key design criteria, and considerations for including renewable energy strategies? Then this is the session for you. Expert panelists will explore design considerations for solar when trying to get to "zero," HERs modeling and how it considers solar inputs compared to other enclosure and electrical elements, and how to make being solar-ready easy, including roof details and planning for the electrical requirements. In addition, you'll learn about control and monitoring options to make best use of renewables.
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