PG&E inspected our solar photovoltaic system and installed a bi-directional electric meter so we can be a generator of electricity and send power into the grid. The following web site shows our electricity production through Enphase’s Envoy reporting system: http://enlighten.enphaseenergy.com/public/systems/j8aJ30045 Yippee!
Nothing is easy. We thought we were there with PG&E and, surprise, we’re not there yet. We did start to move the control system for our sliding glass doors at the back of the house into the permanent location in the East Storage room. Yes, it poured rain, starting at ~3:00 am for a couple […]
The first rainstorm of the year is forecasted to arrive tonight. 100% probability … To prepare for the rain, we moved all of the wood inside the house, including the insulation from the deconstruction, and then we covered the soil in front of the house with the scrap wood from the old roof. Also, Al and Bryan […]
With our permanent meter in place, we’re a step closer to our rebate. Every day we seem to get closer … It rained today and is forecasted to rain through Wednesday. We are prioritizing our activities to keep our materials dry … bone dry. Installing Our Permanent Electric Meter Before we can have an electric meter […]
After watching Kate’s soccer game and then having lunch, Bryan and Scott Andersen went to the job site to work on the lights in the Atrium. It was Scott’s birthday today so we took Scott and Sue Therrien to Nick’s on Main for dinner. Mocking Up the Lights in the Atrium We’ve been working with Randall […]