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Borkholder Buildings & Supply just completed their first net zero home located in Nappanee, Ind. on Market St. The 1,350 square-foot home generates all of its own energy and the entire structure is 95% recyclable. The goal was go generate a net zero home that was affordable to the average American ($80-$100 per square foot). For more information, look for my article in the March issue of IN Michaina or e-mail me.

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