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  • There might be a room to rent here
  • A different take on energy efficient water heating
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  • Increasing the PACE of net-zero homes
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  • Energy efficiency on insulation overdrive
  • This is the Riverdale net-zero home in Edmonton, one of 12 that was built as part of the CMHC equilibrium program set up to prove net-zero homes can work. Many of those first net-zero homes were technological marvels, but the idea worked and started a rev
  • Peter Amerongen Net-zero home builder - 28
  • Sixteen inch thick walls provide R56 insulation in the walls of Bob Heath's net-zero home in Edmonton, Alberta.
  • Autumns fading
  • Limblifter - Edmonton 2015
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  • Affogato
  • Beef Barley Soup and Thai Chicken Wrap
  • autumn here
  • Charming Sunflower
  • Tall Sunflowers
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  • Insulation is perhaps the most important energy conservation step to take in building a net-zero home. These 16 inch (40.5 cm) walls provide R56 insulation, a big help in reducing the amount of energy you need to heat your net-zero home.
  • On the back of this south-facing Belgravia net-zero home in Edmonton, the solar photovoltaic modules produce electricity year-round and shade the windows in the heat of the summer.
  • This is the Riverdale net-zero home in Edmonton, one of 12 that was built as part of the CMHC equilibrium program set up to prove net-zero homes can work. Many of those first net-zero homes were technological marvels, but the idea worked and started a rev
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  • Certain death
  • Sixteen inch thick walls provide R56 insulation in the walls of Bob Heath's net-zero home in Edmonton, Alberta.
  • Peter Amerongen Net-zero home builder - 28
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  • Tuckered out.
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