Projects: net zero energyOctober 14, 2011
8000 square foot modern architecture by world renowned architect Ricardo Legoretta. Features high ceilings, sharp rectangular lines and an abundance of light. The entire building is heated with embedded radiant hydronic tubing through insulated PEX distribution to manifolds by zone controls with slab sensors and air sensors.
Controlled by the digital energy management system, the unique features of the mechanical system include de-humidification, whole house ventilation with variable speed exhaust fan and filtered outside air make-up. Multiple fan coils provide zone controls with dampers. (more…)Posted in Climate Right Systems, Projects | Tagged Climate Right System, net zero energy, radiant heat, Solar Thermal | Leave a comment January 17, 2011
An article written by Beth Shady, President and Director of Marketing for SDPM appears in this month’s PhC News and Plumbing Engineer. Beth interviewed Net Zero Energy expert David Knight of NZEC in Monterey, CA who discusses his theory that homeowners would rather produce their own electricity from solar than buy from the local utility company if the after tax price is the same or less.
Knight believes that the significant reduction in grid tied solar electric systems has made building a net zero energy home more affordable for the average homeowner. To support his theory, Knight created the SPER chart which compares the Solar Provided Electric Rate with the after tax equivalent rate of electricity.
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PM Profile: Sunny Forecast For Solar Thermal Market
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Climate Right Systems reviewed by Robert Bean, R.E.T., P.L. (Eng.) in his blog, Journal of Indoor Environmental Quality.
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