A net-zero energy building refers to a building that produces as much energy as it consumes, resulting in a net-zero balance in terms of annual energy usage. With estimates that the US wastes at least 61% of its energy, according to a 2013 analysis from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, it may seem impossible for a building to achieve net-zero energy status. continue reading
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