Zero Energy Home Enters Affordable Range
"I think Americans have this concept in their head that a zero-energy house costs a million dollars,"
- Vernon McKown, co-founder of Ideal Homes
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - A for-profit home builder has constructed a house priced under $200,000 that, in an average year, costs nothing to power or heat.
The so-called zero-energy home, built by Norman, Oklahoma-based Ideal Homes, is priced affordably even though it incorporates some of the latest technology and energy-efficient construction available today.