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] Liquid Blowing Agent (LBA), its ultra low-global-warming-potential foam blowing agent, has been used to help insulate a net-zero energy home project at Purdue University.
And according to NIST, some "states are taking steps toward encouraging or even requiring construction of net-zero energy homes in the future.
The valuation of Energy Star homes, passive solar houses, solar photovoltaic systems, and net-zero energy homes is also explored.
Contribution of product, engineering services and site labor to Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona's Net-Zero Energy home, enclosed in a panelized concrete forming system, garnered Scottsdale, Ariz.
Energy Free: Homes for a Small Planet offers a fine builder's guide to the design and construction of net-zero energy homes, surveying decisions that lead to an energy-free residential project.
In addition, the house has been preliminarily rated at a HERS score of 24, approaching a net-zero energy home.
A net-zero energy home is extremely energy efficient, employs a comprehensive approach to conservation, and then augments this low-energy demand with building-integrated, power-generating capabilities.
KB Home has constructed the most WaterSense labeled new homes in the country, including net-zero energy homes that also met the WaterSense program certification requirements.