A Zero Energy-Capable Building: Gilman Ordway Building at the Woods Hole Research Center

Case Study / April 25, 2012 / Zero Net Energy

In Falmouth, MA a 19th-century summer home is respectfully adapted with the addition of a contemporary office, laboratory, and common spaces. The integration of passive-solar and energy-conservation strategies, optimal performance, and onsite renewable power generation make this building 83% more efficient than a minimally ASHRAE compliant building.

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In Falmouth, MA a 19th-century summer home is respectfully adapted with the addition of a contemporary office, laboratory, and common spaces. The integration of passive-solar and energy-conservation strategies, optimal performance, and onsite renewable power generation make this building 83% more efficient than a minimally ASHRAE compliant building.