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Zero Energy
+ Carbon

When it comes to achieving Zero Energy or Zero Carbon on a building, there are easy ways (such as through supersized energy generation systems) and there are smart, cost-effective ways that optimize the relationship between active systems, passive systems, and renewable energy generation.  Hands down, Re:Vision seeks the smart over the easy through iterative studies to assess which strategies have the most value and impact on a given project.

Featured Projects

Camden Friends Meeting House and Social Hall – Camden, DE

Role: Architect
Restoration of an historic 1800s Meeting House and new Social Center that secured a $10,000 NESEA Zero Energy Building Award for net-zero energy design and performance.

NTT – Sunnyvale, CA

Role: Sustainability / Zero Energy / Zero Carbon / LEED Consultant
Pursuing: Zero Energy certification utilizing photovoltaics and fuel cells in a volatile climate; Zero Carbon through structure reuse and smart materials choices.

The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Environmental Education Center – Accokeek, MD

Role: Architect / Living Building Challenge Consultant
The 13th Living Building in the world, this renowned environmental education center not only achieved net-zero energy use, but also net-zero water use.

Overbrook School for the Blind M. Christine Murphy Horticulture and Education Center – Philadelphia, PA

Role: Sustainability / LEED Consultant
Greenhouses are surprisingly energy-intensive which makes Overbrook’s achievement of a 200% Net-Positive horticulture center all the more remarkable.

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