According to the California Public Utilities Commission, zero-net-energy (ZNE) homes, which would focus heavily on solar-plus-storage, could become the new norm.
There is no shortage of hype and futuristic rhetoric when it comes to the innovation that is taking place these days in the field of energy technology. Occasionally, the future touches down in one place or another.
Net-zero energy buildings produce as much energy as they consume over the course of a year, and they have been a goal for progressive designers and engineers for the last decade or so.
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