What Does Near-Zero Carbon Even Mean?
Is this house “near zero carbon”? What does “near zero carbon” even mean?
All I can determine from the New York Times article about the house is that the fixer-upper was purchased for $2.75 million, and the owners spent another $2 million to fix it up.
Here is the link to the article:
(The article is behind a paywall, but new visitors to the site can, I think, sometimes read one or two articles a month before the paywall stops them.)
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