Friday, September 17, 2010

Net Zero

Ann Arbor resident Matt Grocoff plans to make his 110-year-old home on South Seventh Street produce more energy than it uses by installing state-of-the-art solar panels in the next month. Grocoff says his home will be the oldest "net zero" home in the country, and the first ever in a historic district. On Friday, he had John Rioux, a contractor from Arbor Spray Foam Insulation, apply a thick foam insulation inside the attic as part of several energy efficiency upgrades being made to the home. Read the story here.

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