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ZEP wins National Green Building Award for Concept & Research (again!)
Posted on June 23rd, 2014
The National Association of Home Builders has once again honored Zero-Energy Plans LLC with the National Green Building Award for Concept & Research. The RC-3 Plan, designed and built for the US Park Service near Mitchell, Oregon, was so honored for the outstanding energy efficiency, and for the high level of green throughout the project, making this the first house in the State of Oregon to qualify at the Emerald Level under the National Green Building Standard. We will be posting news links as we receive them, to other articles about this outstanding project, one of several of our homes that will power an electric car, in addition to supplying all of their own power needs.
About Ted Clifton
Ted L. Clifton has been a designer and builder for more than 45 years. Educated at Berkeley, California, Ted has worked in every phase of construction and knows first-hand what it takes to design and construct a quality home. Having built hundreds of homes as well as commercial and institutional buildings, Ted has the advantage of extensive knowledge of the means and methods used in all three. He has worked in three very different climate zones, from the foothills of California, to Ketchikan, Alaska, to Whidbey Island, Washington.