Brunswick house

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Owner Matthew Wright
Location Brunswick
Country Australia
Type Sustainable renovation
House size Medium
Owner contact [email protected]


Summary of house features

  • 10 Solar panels BP160S (1.6kW), grid interactive and batteries
  • PSA 5KV inverter
  • Solar hot water - Edwards 300 with 23 litre instantaneous gas booster
  • Low power appliances, no airconditioner


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[edit] Observations

With hindsight the ownwer wouldn't use gas boosting for the solar hot water, he would buy Green electricity.

[edit] Photos

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