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Edmonton office building pushes energy use to net zero

[From The Globe and Mail]

Few developers talk about doing the right thing.

They talk specifically about sustainability and lower energy use, or healthier interiors and more human work environments, with more sunlight and designs to help casual interaction.

Engineer-businessman Dennis Cuku talks about these features, too, when discussing his new net-zero energy-consuming office building in Edmonton, which roughly creates as much energy as it uses. “On a day like today,” he said on a recent sunny day, “when there’s no way we can possibly use all the electricity that the roof is generating, the neighbouring community uses it.”

Read the full article at The Globe and Mail

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