“We were quite surprised when we looked at the numbers,” said Frank Loge, director of the UC Davis Center for Water-Energy Efficiency, which produced the new analysis. “I think people have known this intuitively for a couple of years, but our analysis highlighted it,” he added.
“The world is full of people who are enthusiastically trying to do one-off zero-net-energy buildings, but the future here really lies in doing it at community scale,” says Ralph Cavanagh.
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