Net-zero residential enters the mainstream in San Diego

On May 29, 2013, Kyocera Solar announced it would supply solar modules to support the 100% renewable power sourcing needed by H.G. Fenton Company’s Solterra EcoLuxury Apartments in San Diego. Often projects such as Solterra pursue one or more third-party certifications, such as the Living Buildin...

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