There’s a lot of energy — mostly constructive, but some nervous — percolating beneath the mostly placid surface of the zero net energy (ZNE) building movement. It’s still slow to take root, but the inspired concept that envisions pairing aggressive energy conservation techniques with on-site renewable energy to turn energy-devouring beasts into energy-neutral ones may be gathering its second wind. ZNE advocates appear to be taking stock. They’re trying to chart ...
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