From void into vision, from vision to mind, from mind into speech, from speech to the tribe, from the tribe into din.

Friday, January 19, 2018

Zero Net Energy - January 19, 2018

Clovis, CA net zero energy development

The Zero House - Zero net energy, Zero carbon footprint, Zero toxins, Zero construction waste

Transforming the Real Estate Market: Scaling Net-Zero Energy Homes at No Additional Up-front Cost

REACT home produces its own energy and food

Net zero residence built out of recycled materials

Innenco says they can reduce existing buildings' energy use by 58-90% using the buildings’ own thermal mass, heat pumps, and chillers

Oxford, UK plans zero emissions zone for vehicles

Passivhaus for 6,500 people
from the Eco Architect blog about all things Passivhaus

Reversible tent design for homeless

Net zero building over-view 2018

More Than Housing in Zurich, Switzerland, with 13 buildings, nearly 400 housing units, 35 retail units and large shared community spaces built to 2000 Watt per person standard where 1,200 residents and 150 employees live and work

Maersk Tower in Copenhagen with "Denmark’s most energy-efficient laboratories"
Editorial Comment:  Living in Cambridge, MA, the energy-efficiency of laboratories is of increasing importance as we work towards becoming a zero emissions city


At 5/19/2018 8:22 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

The headlamps are a great idea, I used one during the power outage that the October snowstorm 2011, around Halloween. It helped so much, I was able to see what I was doing, and during the long nights read too. I also suggest making sure there's enough batteries ahead of time for the headlamp. I had to change the batteries daily, the lowest power setting was less then a day. (it was the type of headlamp that didn't run a long time but it was better then nothing) People were asking me where I got it and I told them. The store where I bought at were sold out. Oh well. Those headlamps are great. Visit My blog post:- best emergency lights


Post a Comment

<< Home