What is the difference between Net-Zero energy homes and sustainable homes?



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    The term “sustainable” is often applied to any home that is energy efficient. People that work to reduce energy and fuel consumption, implement new technologies like wind or solar power, and generally strive to make their level of consumption one that can be supported by our planet are considered sustainable.

    Net Zero buildings is a term applied to buildings or homes that have zero energy consumption and zero carbon emissions. All of the energy for these buildings is produced on site through alternative methods – they are completely independent of the energy grid power supply.

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