EPRI Outlines R&D Plans for California’s Largest Zero Net Energy Home Community

The largest zero net energy (ZNE) community of single-family homes in California will serve as a multi-year living laboratory when Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) researchers begin to monitor and analyze the benefits and impacts of smart and grid-connected homes.

A collaborative team, including De Young Properties, EPRI, BIRAenergy, and Pacific Gas and Electric, unveiled plans for the new community, which is located within the 3,300-acre Loma Vista master-planned community in Clovis, Calif. Called De Young EnVision, the development will include 36 grid-connected ZNE homes designed to produce as much clean energy as they consume in a year.

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