Net Zero Schools in Kentucky: Models for the Future Come from Surprising Places

From Forbes, Dec. 10, 2012, Peter Kelly-Detwiler:

This week, I asked a close friend to guess which state boasted the nation’s first net zero public elementary school. “California?” he ventured. “Vermont?” “Massachusetts?” No, no, and no. How about Kentucky, the nation’s third largest coal producer, with $5 bn in annual coal revenues and the nation’s fourth lowest electricity costs (at just over 7 cents per kilowatt-hour)?

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