Belgrade, Montana

This home receives 40% of its' required heat energy from the sun. Modeled with HOT2000 during design, it has been monitored to verify energy us. Hourly energy and environmental data is being summarized and we will present our information in an upcoming white paper. This solar addition was built in 1985 and we know that it will work for another 50 years.

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