This is a Net Zero Energy Challenge winner. This 2600 ft.² ideal retirement home has a HERS zero rating and utilizes 12 inch-thick walls...

Before the Connecticut General Assembly
Energy and Technology Committee
March 15, 2011

We're bombarded by messages telling us that more, bigger, and better things are the keys to happiness — but after we pile up the stuff and pile on the hours we end up exhausted and broke on a planet full of trash. What makes us truly happy are the depth of our relationships, the quality of our communities, the contribution we make through the work we do, and the renewal we receive from a thriving natural world. This wonderful collection of authors offer creative ways to cultivate a happiness that is sustainable in every sense. Enjoy the eloquent writing of some of the world's most insightful thinkers on the meaning and pursuit of happiness.

Doug McDonald, creator of The Pure House, chats with world-renowned podcaster, Adam Corolla and Ray Oldhafer about his incredible new line of luxury homes...

According to the latest "Energy Infrastructure Update" report from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) Office of Energy Projects, wind energy and solar power combined provided over 70 percent (71.82%) of the 873 megawatts (MW) of new U.S. electrical generating capacity placed into service in November 2014...

Saturday, May 2, at 12:00 noon and 2:30 pm, in Killingly, CT
The 2,600-square-foot Net Zero Energy Challenge winner has 12-inch thick walls; solar panels; air source heating and cooling pumps; a heat pump water heater; an ICF foundation; triple glazed windows; ceiling and sub slab insulation; and constant fresh air ventilation.

Tickets: $15.00 per person
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