Samuel Strickland
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"Great Articles, Sam! Feel free to post on the Renewable Energy group page as well. Keep up the good work! Mark"
Jun 14, 2012
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Portland’s First Passive House (Passiv Haus)

Jake Staub and Sonia Barrantes, two veteran former U.S. Navy Test Pilots in Portland, and Chris Corson, of EcoCor Design/Build in Belfast, have embarked on Portland’s first Passive House journey set to break ground in Spring 2012.For Staub and Barrantes, the Passive House, or Passiv Haus for Europeans, concept was a…See More
Jun 14, 2012
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A Solar House with Soul in Wiscasset, Maine

A brand new passive solar house completes the first piece of a long held dream for homeowner Jason Peacock. A builder and LEED Accredited Professional, B.A. Jason also works at Maine Green Building Supply where he has honed his sustainable knowledge. Passionate about green, when Jason bought 36 acres of land just outside of Wiscasset, Maine he had a very specific vision in mind. “I want to…See More
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Portland’s First Passive House (Passiv Haus)

Jake Staub and Sonia Barrantes, two veteran former U.S. Navy Test Pilots in Portland, and Chris Corson, of EcoCor Design/Build in Belfast, have embarked on Portland’s first Passive House journey set to break ground in Spring 2012.

For Staub and Barrantes, the Passive House, or Passiv Haus for…

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Posted on May 24, 2012 at 8:08am

A Solar House with Soul in Wiscasset, Maine

A brand new passive solar house completes the first piece of a long held dream for homeowner Jason Peacock. A builder and LEED Accredited Professional, B.A. Jason also works at Maine Green Building Supply where he has honed his sustainable knowledge. Passionate about green, when Jason bought 36 acres of land just outside of Wiscasset, Maine he had a very specific vision in mind.…

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Posted on May 23, 2012 at 1:45pm

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At 7:32am on June 14, 2012, Mark Richardson said…

Great Articles, Sam!

Feel free to post on the Renewable Energy group page as well.

Keep up the good work!

Mark

At 7:00am on May 27, 2012, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Samuel,

Welcome to Home Energy Pros! Thanks so much for sharing your blogs. We really appreciate it.


Thanks!
Diane, HEP Moderator

 
 
 

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