Cheap solar energy won’t end the need for deep-green buildings

The clean energy revolution is gathering steam with tech breakthroughs, record-breaking deployment rates, free-falling prices and a new, cautious optimism about the prospects for meaningful climate solutions. As this revolution unfolds, what are the implications for energy efficiency in our buildings? If it becomes cheaper to slap on solar panels than to insulate and air seal, do deep-efficiency approaches like Passive House make sense?


Source: Baylis

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