The Now House Project – Toronto, Ontario


The Now House™ project will turn a 60-year-old WWII house into a near zero energy home—one that produces almost as much energy as it uses.

By reducing the energy use and greenhouse gas emissions of one wartime home in Toronto, we are developing a model that can be applied to the similar that are scattered throughout Canada and North America. We will start with one house, then a community of wartime houses, then a million houses across the country.

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