Want to live in a net-zero energy home? Here’s the Utah house that bested designs from around the world

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Mark, left, and Missy Haslam play with their son, Maverick, in their net-zero home in Ogden on Wednesday, April 27, 2021. The Weber State University-driven project took first place internationally for its energy performance in a fierce competition, beating out eight other teams. | Laura Seitz, Deseret News How a team of engineers wowed international judges with their Ogden home design An “off-the-shelf” Utah project found innovative and affordable ways to embrace net-zero emissions and in doing so, outshined multiple countries in an international competition. This is why it matters: This Ogden home produces more energy than it consumes and is what many advocates believe to be the wave of the future when it comes to combatting climate...
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Want to live in a net-zero energy home? Here’s the Utah house that bested designs from around the world

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