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What does “Zero Net Energy” really mean?
The De Young Properties Zero Net Energy home was designed to produce as much energy as it consumes each year, which ultimately “zero’s” out its energy-related carbon impact on the environment.
Once You Go Zero, You’ll Never Go Back
For 40 years, De Young Properties has been building homes in the Central Valley, always committed to industry-leading innovation, unsurpassed quality, and long before it was popular – environmental responsibility. In 2010, De Young Properties introduced the Zero Net Electric option, designed to reduce annual electricity usage to zero. Last year, in collaboration with Pacific Gas & Electric, we introduced the Zero Net Energy Home, which takes it one big step further, by producing as much energy as it consumes each year.
The De Young Zero Net Energy Home supports California’s Long Term Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan that requires all new residential homes in California be ZNE by 2020. The information that De Young and PG&E collect from this concept home will be used in the roadmap to achieve maximum residential energy savings in California.
Here are a few of the innovative, state-of-the-art features that make it possible:
See It To Believe It
As an industry leader, De Young Properties is paving the way for the future of homebuilding in California – Zero Net Energy homes are a reality, and now that you know this technology exists, it will be just a little bit harder to pay that utility bill every month.
Come see the future of energy efficiency! Visit the De Young Properties Zero Net Energy home, located in the De Young Clovis Welcome Center at Armstrong, south of Gettysburg in Clovis. Open to the public, daily.
AUTHOR: Brandon De Young, Vice President
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