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“The concept of virtually zero energy bills … is a great incentive.”

– Jan Degenshein, Degenshein Architects

DOE Tour of Zero: Norwalk Net Zero by Degenshein Architects: 3,503 square feet, HERS -1, $9 monthly energy bill, $5,250 annual savings, $231,100 saved over 30 years.
Key features: High-performance insulation system for enhanced quiet & comfort, comprehensive draft protection, fresh air system for cleaner indoor air, high-efficiency comfort system, energy-efficient appliances & advanced lighting technology to save ener
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“The concept of virtually zero energy bills, when confronted with a late-life fixed income, is a great incentive. Avoiding the dollar and emotional costs of a forced late-in-life move is priceless. As the winner of the 2017 Connecticut Zero Energy Challenge for lowest cost per square foot for a newly constructed home, the efforts to achieve affordability were borne out.”

– Jan Degenshein, Degenshein Architects

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DOE Tour of Zero: Norwalk Net Zero by Degenshein Architects floorplans.