FSU net zero energy house experiments with hydrogen, solar 

From the Associated Press: A pair of magnolia trees, dark red siding, ceiling fans, bamboo flooring and rustic wooden beams salvaged from a Georgia barn add to the inviting atmosphere of the little house in the middle of Florida State University’s brick-and-mortar campus. It may look like an out-of-place throwback, but the $575,000 Off-Grid, Zero Emissions Building – OGZEB – has a futuristic purpose. Its mission is to test potential solutions to the world’s energy and climate change problems by combining old tricks with cutting-edge technology, including a unique solar-hydrogen experiment. Read more

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