Why High-Efficiency Solar is Perfect for New England

Steve Rorem lives in Gardner, Massachusetts and heats his house with a heat pump. While a very efficient technology, heat pumps are electricity hogs. That’s why when Rorem started investigating solar and learned how much savings he could realize on his high electric bill, the decision to go solar was an easy one to make.

Installation company Boston Solar recommended he use high-efficiency 350-W LG NEON panels in his system and he couldn’t be happier with the energy he is generating.

Learn more about Rorem’s project and why the cold snowy winters of New England are no match for his solar system by playing the video below.


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