DALLAS (AP) — The average Texan drops more than $127 on electricity costs each month, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
The Dallas Morning News reports that number’s on the shy side for the summer — Dallas is in the midst of a record-setting, blistering July. And for the area residents lucky enough to live in a home as big as Lynn Rush’s 4,688-square-foot house in Addison, those bills will require a prettier penny.
But that doesn’t bother Rush, and it shouldn’t bother whomever buys her home, which hit the market in late June. That’s because her modernist, open-concept pad is LEED Platinum certified by the U.S. Green Building Council, a certification only awarded to the country’s most energy efficient buildings and homes
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