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More and more homeowners are renovating existing homes to make them “net zero” energy consumers. Here’s how.
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The first certified Passive House in Scranton, Pennsylvania demonstrates that high-performance homes can be built for the same price as code-built homes.
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design office snøhetta and the research center on zero emission buildings partnered up to realize a pilot house near the norwegian town of larvik.
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At its research labs, GE says it has the smart-grid technology, including solar panels and efficient appliances, to build a home that has a net-zero energy consumption.
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See how to feel more energetic with these easy SEVEN methods! Try them for yourself and see how you feel!
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Too tired to workout? You're not alone. Most people go into a workout not looking forward to exerting energy. But there's a difference between not wanting to workout because you don't feel like it and suffering from exersize fatigue. Today, i'm sharing s ideas for when you just have zero energy to workout. Too Tired to workout? What to do when you have zero energy
Provides an illustrated example of an ideal net-zero water building that uses on-site alternative water sources for all of its water needs.
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What does it take to build a net-zero energy home? (It’s not just about solar panels) — New Avenue Homes
It is possible to create a home that produces as much energy as it uses (or more). Here, the experts give their thoughts and advice on creating homes that produce all of their own energy.
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