Concept Home in Virginia Built to Test the Limits of Innovation, Efficiency and Design

Virginia concept home new innovation in energy efficiency
Consumers are demanding features like solar power

Concept Home in Virginia – ( Solar Thermal Magazine)

Builders of new homes are starting to rethink the concept of energy efficiency and design for sustainability. Consumers are starting to demand features such as solar power , energy storage , passive energy and innovation in design. Here is one such builder in the state of Virginia.

Brookfield Residential recently opened the doors to its most ambitious eco-friendly home project, a new design meant to re-imagine the way home-builders can provide outstanding energy efficiency on a large scale.

Innovation in new home design for energy efficiency

Innovation in design and application of technology

The PureBlue Home at Brookfield Residential’s Avendale community in Northern Virginia is a concept home built to test the limits of innovation, efficiency and design, to explore the latest technologies and find out how they fit with the way homeowners want to live today, tomorrow and far beyond.

The lessons learned will help Brookfield Residential build better, healthier, more energy-efficient homes. And the project has the potential to reshape the way high-volume homebuilders approach energy-efficient homes.

Earth Day Event.

Brookfield Residential is hosting a VIP Media Event at The PureBlue Home on Earth Day — Wednesday, April 22 — from 5pm to 8pm. Enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres, tour the home and get all your questions answered.

 

To learn more about The PureBlue Home, visit BrookfieldDC.com/PureBlue.

About Gordon Smith
Gordon's expertise in the area of industrial energy efficiency and alternative energy. He is an experienced electrical engineer with a Masters degree in Alternative Energy technology. He is the co-founder of several renewable energy media sites including Solar Thermal Magazine.