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Solar gain: What it's really like to live in Cleveland's greenest homes

01/31/13 | Erin O'Brien, Fresh Water Cleveland

In Cleveland's green-building scene, all eyes are on two new homes -- ironically called passive homes -- that take energy efficiency to jaw-dropping extremes. The PNC SmartHome began life as an interactive exhibit for the Museum of Natural History. The other was the architectural dream of a well-known Cleveland couple, photographer Linda Butler and Cleveland Clinic doctor Steven Nissen.

http://www.freshwatercleveland.com/features/greenesthomes013113.aspx

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