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Ohm Sweet Ohm

Building Details

Building NameOhm Sweet Ohm Construction / refurbishment date13/01/2016 Building Size217.7 sqm
Building Typeresidential single Address 2169 St. Stephens St Roseville Minnesota 55126 United States Region americas

Performance Details

Net Zero Operational Carbon

Buildings or developments that display best practice outcomes in energy efficiency, are powered by renewable energy, and as such have been verified and certified as "net zero energy and/or carbon" projects.

Qualification criteria: ILFI Zero Energy Certificate level: Zero Energy Net EUI: 45.9 kWh/m2/yr Net RPI: 84.8 kWh/m2/yr Net Offset Ren Energy Src: Net Offset Details: Net Verification Year: 2017

Additional Details

Ohm Sweet Ohm, a single-family residence, located in the suburbs of Roseville, Minnesota aimed to prove that energy efficiency and sustainability goals can successfully integrate into an established neighborhood. Since the owners frequently host gatherings, a communal spirit radiates throughout this abode. Due to its frequent visitor occupancy, the owners wanted a home that operated efficiently and used alternative methods for energizing and comforting their home. Their major goal was to achieve net zero energy and minimize their car’s electricity consumption on an annual basis.

18.91 kW array. (61) LG 310 watt panels. (3) Solar Edge Inverters. (2) of which are located outdoors along the north side of the house. (1) inverter located indoors under the stair. Taking the cost of the Solar Array with an expected life of 35 years with the standard degradation, the owners’ cost for electricity for the next 35 years will be 11cents/kWh, before incentives. These incentives include federal energy rebates for solar and for geothermal use.

Submitter's Details

OrganisationInternational Living Future Institution

Their major goal was to achieve net zero energy and minimize their car’s electricity consumption on an annual basis.