Educational outreach in the fight to address climate change remains a struggle.
This tiny green home in Orlando is a great new tool in this fight. Check it out.
“The Tiny Green Home is an innovative exhibit that engages residents to fight climate change, alleviate stress on their aquifers, and divert waste streams from the landfill while saving money in doing so. Located at the Orlando Science Center, which sees over 620,000 annual visitors (pre-COVID), have the opportunity to see the exhibit, and for residents not able to make it over to the Science Center, the Tiny Green Home was built to travel.“
“The Tiny Green Home features cutting edge tech, like electronic controlled View Glass windows, solar panel micro-inverters, and an electric vehicle charging station. It’s not all bells and whistles—the Tiny Green Home was also strategically designed to promote no-cost and low-cost programs accessible to all, no matter their income levels. The Tiny Green Home will also feature community-based resources and program information such as how to sign up for a solar co-op with Solar United Neighbors and how to access affordable financing for home improvements for underserved communities through the Solar and Energy Loan Fund.”
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