I am a member of both the GreenHome Institute and the Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association. They along with three other organizations planned a lunch and learn for Michigan legislators on October 19, 2023. I helped out by writing at “Net Zero 101” handout for the event which you can download here. Enjoy!
Presentation starts at 26:25 at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8KItdN7IHY&t=4571s Slides are here, with links to additional resources.
Our fourth and final design value is sustainability. MiNet0 houses are designed to be the most comprehensively net zero on the market.
Our third value is innovation. MiNet0 houses will be build with cutting-edge energy systems and building science.
Our second value is lagom, a Swedish word that is unfamiliar to many of us. It means “just the right amount.”
Our first value is quality. By quality we mean the house is built to last and built for health.
We want to be transparent about what Michigan Net Zero homes is aiming to do and share a little about how we intend to operate.
I’ve been around construction for over 40 years, 30 of those in commercial HVAC where I served as an engineer, project manager, and business leader. Learn more about me in this post.
Four reasons to invest in a net zero home.
As global leaders and scientists have searched for solutions, the overall goal of net zero carbon emissions has emerged.