Monday, July 02, 2018

New study finds 75% increase in zero net energy homes

A new study conducted by Parks Associates indicates a 75% increase in the construction of zero net energy homes between 2016 and 2017.

The growth is a result of an increase in consumer demand for smart and energy efficient homes.

Parks Associates estimates 42% of all US consumers classify as energy-efficient techies.
Four out of five home owners believe that having an energy-efficient home is important or very important.

From the article "New study finds 75% increase in zero net energy homes."

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