This research site monitors the electrical consumption as well as the interior space conditions of Florida's first
production built, net zero energy home. Located in Gainesville, Florida, it is a single story three bedroom + office/
two and half bath home with 2248 sqft of living space and a HERS rating of -2. Energy consumption is offset by a 6.75
kW photovoltaic system. It has double pane, low e vinyl windows, R-15 wall insulation, R-30 ceiling, and a radiant
barrier. Heating and cooling is provided by a 2.8 ton, SEER 16 heat pump with all ducting in conditioned space. The
house has all Energy Star appliances, 100% CFL lighting, water saving plumbing fixtures, and an 64 sq. ft/120 gallon
drainback solar hot water system. It was built by Tommy Williams Homes. Data collection began in May 2010.