Proceeding rapidly towards the final completion stage, the 15,000 sq.ft building designed by Ashley McGraw for the Sustainable Energy Fund (SEF) challenges conventional thinking towards energy efficiency by generating 130% more energy than it needs. The building is located in the Lehigh Valley town of Schnecksville, PA. Some of the key features of the building include a roof-mounted photovoltaic array, variable refrigerant flow system, daylighting controls, advanced electricity metering, and a solar thermal hot water system. The project aims to showcase the viability of net-zero commercial building to the construction sector.

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