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Architect Designs the Ultimate Energy Efficient Home

Inspired by the trend of making residential homes more energy efficient, architect Todd Theodore Fix has designed the “Mo Ventus”, a home capable of net-zero energy consumption. Conceivably, even if the home was off the electric grid, it could still generate enough power to operate all of his major electrical needs. In addition to some high-tech insulating foam for the walls and some roof-top green-space, the home’s design is meant to direct wind into specially-placed turbines to be converted to energy. The only problem is, it could cost up to $10 million to actually build the house. Still, it’s cool to see what’s possible when it comes to clean, efficient energy …

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