The rise of the energy positive house
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Andrea Blackmore
The rise of the energy positive house

This article discusses how, after perfecting the energy zero house, which consumes minimal energy, engineers and architects have developed the energy positive house with examples from Melbourne, the US and Norway.

With cars and homes accounting for 44% of greenhouse gasses in United States (and similar percentages in Europe), it’s no surprise that researchers and architects are trying to find ways of making homes more energy-efficient.

“The development of smart technologies, like the Google Nest, is making energy savings more convenient for users by allowing for control over temperatures in the house while you are away from the house, and allowing temperatures to follow your daily routines”,

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