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Passive Solar Heating - Glass is all you need

 
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Passive Solar Heating - Glass is all you need

Zero Energy Design® abundant, clean, free-fuel, passive solar energy can easily eliminate the need to burn expensive dirty fossil fuels to heat air and water in most populated locations.

The lowest-cost way to get started is Passive Solar Design - All it needs is well-designed, properly-oriented glass. Two our our key Zero Energy Design® concepts are: (1) Isolated Solar Gain in a greenhouse / solarium, and (2) Our unique Thermal Buffer Zone, which uses free natural convection air flow to move warm air from the sunny greenhouse to the cold opposite side of the building. By Larry Hartweg ZEDmaster@ZeroEnergyDesign.com

See more details on our ZeroEnergyDesign and PassiveSolarInfo websites.
 
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