Charming Cabin is Maine's First Passive House

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A 1,500-square-foot, three-bedroom cottage in Belfast, Maine is the state's first Passive House—a highly energy efficient designation. Designed by architects GO Logic, is is also "net zero," which means it generates all of its own energy for heat, hot water, and electricity.

Charming Country Cabin is Maine's First Passive House | Curbed

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