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Residential in North Carolina: Green Street Cottages: Zero-Energy Homes — Nicholas Parker of Green Street Cottages discusses how Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating products are the ideal HVAC choice in his zero-energy homes in Gastonia, NC. U.S. Department of Energy Zero Energy Ready Home (ZERH) Program in Tobaccoville, NC: Residential 4,215 sq ft home built under the credentials of the ZERH program, achieving a HERS rating of 41 with innovative use of materials and insulation energy-saving practices.  Multi family across the US: Home Energy in US:  Here you will find general information on the impact of home energy efficiency in the US. Energy efficiency trends in residential buildings. Why US homes built after 1999 are using just 2% more energy on average than homes built prior despite being 30% larger on average. Why energy efficiency is being used as the first and best option in reducing carbon emissions across the country. How and why consumer preference for energy efficient homes is increasing every year.   Capitol Hill Housing: Hazel Plaza – cut energy use by nearly 26 percent annually through a variety of implemented solutions. Economic Development Authority of Mankato, MN: Orness Plaza –  saved 25 percent annually in energy use through envelope and HVAC upgrades. Keene Housing: Harper Acres – expects to save $26,000 each year through phased in lighting upgrades. The Housing Authority of the City and County of Denver: Self-Managed EPC – the EPC has served as a vehicle for major capital improvements, facility upgrades, and in-unit energy upgrades resulting in $2.6 million in utility savings annually. Jersey City Housing Authority: Getting the Most out of Energy Performance Contracts – helped to save $5 million in...