Gallery: Zero Energy Casita in Texas Opens to the Public Today!

 

Green building is making big strides in Texas as evidenced by this cute little zero-energy home in Fort Worth, which opens for public tours today. The Zero Energy Casita, erected by the award winning green builder, Don Ferrier, is a two bedroom, 1,051 square foot home packed with sustainable features. A residential wind turbine supplies power for the energy efficient home built from reclaimed materials. If you’re in the area, definitely take the time to check it out and see all of the green building techniques first hand.

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  1. maranathabiker73 August 29, 2014 at 11:24 am

    Would love to see the floorplan for this. Awesome idea.

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