Largest Residential System in Tennessee
Denny Morrow, owner of W W Morrow & Sons Heating, commissioned Sustainable Future to install a 49.8kW solar system at his farm to compliment the 50kW system at his business in Sweetwater, TN. The most recent renewable addition was completed during the Fall of 2012. Mr. Morrow's ground mount system will have an eight year ROI, generate 66,137kWh, and produce over $14,600 income annually. The system consists of 196 SolarWorld 255 modules with Enphase microinverters.
Vol Fan Gets Solar Array Added to Houseboat
The Johnson family has been attending Tennessee home football games for years. Not only do they enjoy attending the games, they have also been very active in the Vol Navy. They truly enjoy going by boat and relaxing before and after the game. If you have ever been to Volunteer Landing, you will know that there is no shore power for the boats to plug into and therefore there is no electrical power. In order to gain power, you must run your gasoline or diesel generator. Not for the Johnson family!
West Knoxville Local Elaine Trent Installs 3.84kW System
Elaine Trent and her son Jonathan have been living a life of sustainability in their West Knoxville home. They collect rainwater from their gutters into holding tanks in order to not buy and use city water. They in turn use that collected water to grow as much food as they can out of the garden in the back yard. In addition, in order to reduce their carbon footprint, Elaine and Jonathan participate in Knoxville’s curbside recycling program. Now they have added a 3.84kW solar system that they purchased from Jonathan Bates at Sustainable Future to power their home.
West Knoxville Couple Adds Additional 8.6kW to Existing System
Theresa Miller adds Solar PV
Dr. Roger Riedel follows California roots by adding Solar
Our team recently completed two top of pole mount systems for Kingston, TN residents, Ron and Sharon McConathy. The McConathys have been focusing on energy improvements to their home for over twenty years and try to incorporate sustainability into their everyday lives.
Pole-Mounted, Grid-Tied Solar Power System in East Tennessee
Last year while considering their home's needed renovations, Lynda and Edward Primka decided to look into weatherization. They had been interested in energy conservation for a while; and the house was using an unreasonable average of 10,000 Kilo-Watt Hours (kWhs) of electricity a month. Knowing there had to be ways to reduce thier electricity bill, Lynda contacted Sustainable Future on the recommendation of her general contractor, FE Trainer. "We would really like our country to do better with energy conservation and renewable energy...we wanted to do our part," she said about their decision to renovate "green".
Home With Pole-Mount Solar Photovoltaic System with Tracking in Pigeon Forge, TN
Single Pole-Mount Solar Photovoltaic (PV) System with Tracking Capabilities in Pigeon Forge.