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Solar Roof Tiles - Look much better than normal bulky solar panels!

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from FREECYCLE

How To Build Your Own Shipping Container Home

Shipping Container Architecture | Solar House #containerhome #shippingcontainer

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from FREECYCLE

Kitras OR-CROS-06-PB 7-Inch Handmade Glass Cross

Passive Solar House Design for better energy efficiency. (example is for New Zealand) Please be aware that the angles may be different for the area you are located. Angles of the sun for Australia can be found www.ga.gov.au/...

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this is pretty much exactly how we are builing our retirement home in SC. Only it will be a little deeper but all spaced will be completely open to the windows in the front creating bay-like sections in the home for different rooms. Can. Not. Wait.

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Self-sustaining Earthship garden-this garden reminds me of my greenhouse in my house in skyrim

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Deltec Homes, Renew Collection, "Ridgeline" (B) 1604sf ~ Passive solar layout, vaulted ceilings & high clerestory windows. Uses 2/3 less energy than typical home, can achieve net-zero energy. Shell price $72,466 - $81,366 (South/North): Pre-painted Allura fiber cement siding, window & door package, floor system, advanced wall system & energy modeling for your climate. *See completed Ridgeline: http://www.deltechomes.com/an-update-on-the-first-renew-collection-home/

This is a complete guide to setting up your solar power. Written in detail, in simple terms so that anybody can generate and store their own off the grid power supply. In this tutorial, I will show…

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from Rodale's Organic Life

This Passive-Solar House Gives Us Warm Fuzzies

This beauty uses passive solar and solar power to make an energy-efficient house par excellence.

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from the Guardian

Zero-carbon eco home is light years ahead

The world's first Active House stands at the crest of an estate. Its south-facing roof is covered in solar panels and solar cells, which between them harness more than enough power to keep the occupants warm and the appliances running. In around 30 years' time, if designers have got their sums right, the excess electricity flowing from the house into Denmark's grid will have cancelled out the energy costs of building it, leaving a non-existent footprint on the earth's resources.

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from Greener Ideal

3 Amazing Eco Homes in the United Kingdom

the "Eco Arch" home (Kent, England) eco design incorporates passive solar heating & a green roof

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