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Now those houses will generate more than they were required to before.
It’s worth noting, though, that square footage is not a perfect stand-in for energy demand.
Interest in renewable energy, including solar, has grown in recent years as the United States has looked for alternatives to high-carbon sources like oil and coal.
In New York, a state review of high-volume natural gas drilling that could pave the way for a natural gas boom in the state is expected later this year.
Any cost incurred by the solar can then wrap into the mortgage, where it will appear as a marginal increase, without the need for separate financing.
The buyer moves in to a home that already generates electricity.
"The Zero Net Energy Home Ordinance expands upon Lancaster’s residential solar ordinance so that new homes built in Lancaster now will not only be environmentally friendly, but have a zero net impact on our environment, while reducing energy costs for the homeowners," said Republican Mayor R. "This is a great stride in Lancaster’s journey to become a Zero Net City.” The city has been working to achieve zero net energy status, which involves leveraging clean renewables to produce more energy than it consumes, since 2011.
The implementation of the latest rule must wait for a feasibility study to wrap up, expected in April.
Julian is a staff writer at Greentech Media, where he reports on energy storage, solar power and other clean energy sectors.A study by the Vote Solar Initiative argues the development of enough solar energy to power about one million homes by 2025 would result in 22,198 direct and indirect jobs and billion dollars of revenue, including salaries and other items. “By supporting the development of enough solar to power about one million homes by 2025, this legislation would drive significant economic opportunity in the state while adding less than the price of one postage stamp to New Yorkers’ monthly energy bills,” Vote Solar said in a statement.But the numbers were met with some skepticism by some in the business community.A newly passed city ordinance stipulates that those rooftop arrays meet the energy needs of those homes.
The city started requiring solar on new homes back in 2014, pioneering a policy that has since been adopted by Sebastopol, Santa Monica and San Francisco, and which was introduced into the California State Senate in January.In other words, a Net Zero Energy plan could need some fine-tuning before going statewide, where it would have a significant impact on those issues already facing the grid.