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The Buying Power of Efficiency - Zero Energy Project...
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The average home in the U.S. spends $2,200 on energy each year. Thats $183/month. Rather than spending this money on energy purchases, the smart approach is to invest it in greater energy efficiency. If youre building a new home, its possible to reduce your energy purchases to zero with the buying
By ZeroEnergyProject on 2018-12-06 17:18 UTC
Simple Techniques for Lowering the Cost of Zero Energy Homes - Zero Energy Project...
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In an effort to find ways to make zero energy homes more affordable, San Joaquin County Habitat for Humanity (SJC Habitat) went farther than most. The non-profit organization found ways to make their zero energy homes cost less to build than their standard, moderately energy-efficient homes. A
By ZeroEnergyProject on 2018-12-06 17:17 UTC
Passive House Busts High Cost Myth - Zero Energy Project...
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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.
By ZeroEnergyProject on 2018-12-06 17:15 UTC
Zero Energy Upgrades Could Cost Zero Dollars - Zero Energy Project...
As a promoter of zero energy buildings, I'm constantly explaining to builders and homebuyers how zero energy homes and buildings pay for themselves. I covered this last month in my post, Buying Power of Energy Savings, which describes how the energy savings from a zero energy building completely
By ZeroEnergyProject on 2018-12-06 17:14 UTC

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