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June 20th, 2010 · No Comments · Feature writing, Writing

Buildings that can make their own energy have long been a goal for environmentally motivated architects and engineers, but the means for doing so have mostly been limited to bulky solar panels and wind turbines high enough to raise the ire of almost any community’s zoning board. Now, however, a new generation of photovoltaic curtainwalls, shingles and other products are coming to market, bringing the goal of energy self-sufficiency just a little bit closer to reality. And new technology is allowing these and other generating options to power building systems, enabling true grid-independent operation.

This article originally ran in the June issue of Electrical Contractor Magazine.
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