Retrofitting historic home for zero water consumption
from Sustainable Cities Collective
Matt Grocoff is a proven zero energy master. Now the Ann Arbor, Mich., homeowner and a team of engineering students from the University of Michigan are continuing a quest towards zero. These individuals have plans to retrofit Grocoff's century-old Victorian house so it can capture and treat its own water. The Grocoff home has already achieved recognition as one of the country's first net zero energy homes, producing more energy through the use of solar panels and geothermal than it consumes.
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