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6 Ways to Add Passive Solar Features to Your Home

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 11, 2014 01:14 AM
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by Spencer H. Johnson last modified Jul 10, 2014


  Sick of solar panels and wind turbines being expensive because of all those fossil fuel subsidies? Looking for a way to reduce that electric bill, lower your carbon footprint, and show off to your neighbors? The good news is that you don't have




 

 

 

Sick of solar panels and wind turbines being expensive because of all those fossil fuel subsidies? Looking for a way to reduce that electric bill, lower your carbon footprint, and show off to your neighbors? The good news is that you don’t have to build a brand new home in order to reap the benefits of sustainable building techniques. Here are 6 ways to passively solarize your current home so you can slash electricity costs, cut emissions, and impress your friends with science.

Passive Solar House Features Tile floor Deciduous Trees surrounding house Passive Solar Skylight Evergreen trees in forest Large Windows Passive Solar Passive Solar Garage


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