As reported in the Calgary Herald, Tucked away in a new phase of Cranston is a sweet surprise that is sure to appeal to those looking to tread a little bit more lightly upon the earth.
"We are adding another variable for the homebuyer in addition to location, design and price point - it's personal values," says Stuart Wen, communications co-ordinator for Landmark Homes.
The company is developing an enclave of 27 sustainable homes in Cranston, nine of which will be fully net zero - the first project of its kind in Alberta.
Net zero refers to the fact that such homes use their own renewable sources - things such as solar power - to generate at least as much power as they consume from the traditional energy grid during a year.
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