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Battery powered homes may be future of homebuilding
Local homebuilder hopes to address electric grid issue with innovation

Dave Everson, owner of Mandalay Homes, speaks with employees of E3 Energy about Mandalay Homes’ nearly complete discovery home. The home is designed to run entirely on electric power, much of which is stored onsite using a Sonnen battery. (Max Efrein/Courier)

Dave Everson, owner of Mandalay Homes, speaks with employees of E3 Energy about Mandalay Homes’ nearly complete discovery home. The home is designed to run entirely on electric power, much of which is stored onsite using a Sonnen battery. (Max Efrein/Courier)

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