Texas Modular Home will run on Solar and Rain Water 365 Days a Year

by | Nov 10, 2016 | Climate Change, Green Building, Recycling | 0 comments

A student-designed home offers ideas for builders in drought-prone areas and beyond.

The University of Texas at Austin, partnering with Germany’s Technische Universitat Munchen, will construct a home that is net zero usage for energy as well as water. The team’s NexusHaus, which will be on display during the competition held Oct. 8 to 18 in Irvine, Calif., will be one of the country’s first water-independent dwellings, and its design could have major ramifications for home builders in drought-prone areas and beyond. Its concepts have takeaways for builders across the country as more jurisdictions allow measures such as potable rainwater reuse and graywater recycling.

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