Go Zero – Save Money
A book on how to cut your home’s carbon emissions, heating bill and electricity bill to zero
By someone who has done it: David Green
Because the technologies of insulation, heat pumps, solar panels and triple-glazed windows are now so good and the subsidies from government are significant, you can, by following the examples in this book, cut the carbon emissions from your home to zero, save thousands of dollars a year on heating and electricity bills, and make a good return on your investment.
We have done it.
To read a summary of the book, please click here: Summary.
To read the first part of the section of the book, “Why now? Why is it possible now to go zero when it has been a fantasy for environmentalists for decades.” please click here: Why now?
To see outlines of the chapters of the book, please click here: Outlines of the chapters of the book
To read about the author, David Green, please click here: About the author
To order a copy of the current edition of the book (the preview edition), please click here: Order the book
To read an explanation of energy terms used in the book (don’t worry, it is precise but in a non-technical way), please click here: Energy terms explained
To read an explanation of finance terms used in the book (again, precise but in a non-technical way), please click here: Finance terms explained
To read an explanation of net-zero terms, such as net-zero, PassivHaus, LEED Certification, Zero-Energy Ready Home (ZERH), Home Energy Rating System (HERS) and my proposed new term, Greenness, please click here: Net-Zero terms explained
It is pure coincidence, or perhaps destiny, that my family name is Green.