Irving (Texas) district plans net-zero-energy middle school

Jan. 21, 2010
150,000-square-foot facility would produce as much energy as it consumes
From The Dallas Morning News: The Irving (Texas) school district plans to build a net-zero-energy middle school that will produce as much energy as it uses. Solar panels and wind turbines will help provide power. Other features would include additional insulation and high-efficiency windows. The district has about $24.7 million set aside in bond funds for construction of the 150,000-square-foot school.

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