March 08, 2021

Passive Design Promotes Energy Savings in Washington

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Megan Kramer Consulting partnered with WoodRidge Custom Homes to build an energy-efficient property for homeowner Shane Philpot. The project qualified for incentives through Puget Sound Energy’s Performance Path program and was built with passive design elements in mind.

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Cle Elum, Washington


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