Featured Projects

We meet a lot of individuals who are passionate about renewable energy and sustainable living. For most folks, it’s not just an environmentally-conscious or financial decision — it’s a lifestyle change.  

We in turn are passionate about helping these individuals achieve their goals of sustainable living —  be it through renewable water systems, solar systems, & more. Each of our projects is a representation of high-quality engineering, collaboration, and passion. 

We hope that you too will be inspired by these projects to pursue a more clean, independent, and sustainable lifestyle.

off grid in cold climate

Vermont – Solar Power and Heating

’ve been helping this customer with their off-grid infrastructure in a cold-climate cabin near the Canadian border. This new project was to provide solar power for loads, hot water, and radiant floor heating. Future projects will involve additional solar and hopefully wind turbines!

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West Virginia – Designing New Construction for Solar Panels

A garage-type building was added to the property with just the right size, location, and roof pitch to maximize their solar production. We were able to perfectly fit a 3×14 solar array onto this roof, with 6 of the panels being used for off-grid air conditioning. The panels were dressed with ferrite suppressors to protect the system from an EMP

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Georgia – Off Grid Air Conditioning

We installed a completely off-grid solar air conditioning system with 75 SEER rating at this beautiful European-style home. We used the ACDC12C Solar Air conditioners found on our site that do not require any grid power to run.

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S.C. – Solar Irrigation System for a Ranch

The Cowboys and Angels Ranch is a nonprofit ministry dedicated to the life of Lacee Michaela Dial. We designed and installed a solar irrigation system with the option to change from pressurized to gravity-fed at the switch of a single valve. We also installed a solar pump in conjunction with the existing grid pump that allows the owners to change from grid tie to solar well pumping with a simple switch.

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