The Zenergy House Uses Miniscule Energy

By: Luisa Amanda Gomes - Published: Apr 28, 2010 • References: greenhomespecialists
The Zenergy House -- which is play on the words zero and energy -- is the latest in eco-friendly architecture. This remodeled home from the 1950s is highly sustainable and barely uses any energy.

The home manages to operate sufficiently with the lack of energy because solar panels that were placed on the roof and the utilization of green building strategies.

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