Contributor biographical information for Home sweet zero energy home : what it takes to develop great homes that won't cost anything to heat, cool or light up, without going broke or crazy / Barry Rehfeld.


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Barry Rehfeld: has been a journalist for over 30 years and is the founder of zeroenergyintelligence.com where he writes about everything you need to know to build, buy or renovate a home that produces as much energy as it uses. After graduating from college as a mechanical engineer, he worked in power plants, where he saw first-hand the problems of carbon emissions before they became a worldwide issue. His passion for zero energy grew out of a half dozen feature stories he wrote for The New York Times on developing more energy efficient homes.
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Dwellings -- Energy consumption.
Dwellings -- Energy conservation.
Renewable energy sources.
Sustainable living.