Honda and Ford attempting to drive net-zero homes

On April 24, Honda announced the kickoff of the construction of the Honda Smart Home US, which is a showcase built on the UC Davis campus to demonstrate how renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies can achieve net-zero energy in residential buildings. The key feature of this building i...

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