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A Zero-Net Energy Classroom

During the course of a year, this classroom building will use no more energy than it's PV array generates. (Keep in mind, climatic solution appropriate for Minnesota are not necessarily appropriate for Mississippi.)

Story: http://greensource.construction.com/green_building_projects/2011/1102_Bagley_Classroom.asp

Video: http://construction.com/video/?fr_story=62f7e253607207a682f05ba8aa3819bb7edfea77&rf=bm

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