August 18: The Reality of a Net Zero Home, at TechSandbox, Hopkinton

  • 18 Aug 2015
Event Description

The Reality of a Net Zero Home

“Net Zero” is when you create as much energy as you use/need. Let's see how this is possible while still living in a world of electronics, cold weather, and life!

Carter Scott, President of Transformations, Inc., our discussion leader, has years of experience designing, producing, financially justifying, and winning competitions for energy efficient homes – with special emphasis on Net Zero housing.
He’ll outline the Net Zero movement’s early days, challenges, satisfactions and future, while relating his leadership role.


105B South Street
Hopkinton, MA 01748 US

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