Home' Homes : Homes 2011 Contents Retiree couple Juan and Margaret
Hooper installed a 10-panel ZEN
solar energy system and solar hot
water system at their Aldinga Beach
(SA) home earlier this year.
“ We saw the savings our daughter
and her husband were generating
from their solar hot water system
and decided the timing was right,”
Mr Hooper said.
“ The cost savings were a key factor
in our decision to go solar but at the
same time we’ve become increasingly
conscious of our environmental footprint.
“ Seeing the dollars saved for every
kilowatt hour we produce in solar
energy and the amount of carbon
dioxide we’ve reduced is a real
incentive to think smarter about our
energy consumption at home.”
“ I am positive this will prove to be a
smart investment and a key asset for
our house should we ever wish to sell
in the future. ”
Australian householders can be
green and still keep the family
budget in the black, according to
ZEN Home Energy Systems.
As Australia’s first fully integrated
solar grid connect home energy system
provider, ZEN installs home energy
systems on thousands of metropolitan,
regional and rural homes across
Australia every year.
“ T he ZEN Home Energy System allows
you to produce more of your power
at home with much less greenhouse
gas emissions,” ZEN Chief Executive
Officer Richard Turner said.
“ We call this generating ‘Blue Energy’
– it’s ‘home made’ green energy
without the associated production and
transport costs. Many ZEN customers
are now receiving credits on their
power bills – it’s great to see.”
ZEN offers a choice of home offset
systems for owners to offset usage
or whole home systems to feed
significant amounts back into the grid.
Every system comes with a stylish
ZEN Bluetooth LCD monitor that tracks
power generation and performance
daily. The company also provides the
latest technology in Solar Hot Water
and Rainwater Harvesting Systems.
“Our vision is to make
Zero ENergy living a way of
life and an environmentally
friendly way to save money
and Live Free.”
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