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Japan sees the future and it is zero-energy homes

by | Jul 5, 2016 | Green Home, Lifestyle

Virtually self-sufficient “zero-energy” homes are drawing attention in Japan as the country stares harder at a strict emissions reduction target in the Paris Agreement, a U.N. climate accord reached late last year. The Japanese government is hoping these energy-efficient homes catch fire, so to speak, by 2020.

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