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    coolhouse 2004 brochure COOL HOUSE TOUR 2004 Talk to the owners, architects, builders and installers You will see: a.. Solar electric and solar water heating
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      coolhouse 2004 brochure
       

      COOL  HOUSE TOUR 2004







      Talk to the owners, architects, builders
      and installers


      You will see:

      • Solar electric and solar water heating systems
      • Passive solar design, incorporating pre-air conditioning traditions for high energy efficiency
      • Green building materials and concepts
      • Affordable craftsman cottages to high-end luxury homes
      • Pleasing landscapes that save water
      • Rainwater collection systems for irrigation that make an old idea new again

       
      Sunday, May 23rd noon to 6 p.m.
      Austin, Texas
      Visit open houses featuring energy efficient and environmentally sound design and constructionÂ…in very cool houses!
      How to take the tour: A Guidebook to the locations serves as your ticket and provides directions. Each site has a full page devoted to its significant features and sustainable highlights, along with a photo, so you can choose what you want to see and go at your own pace. Plot your personal tour from the map and directions in the
      Guidebook.
      How to get the Guidebook: You may purchase the Guidebook for $6 from the Information Booth at either Austin Central Market after May 6th, or via mail, for an additional $1.50 postage, from TXSES by sending your check for $7.50 to: Texas Solar Energy Society, PO Box 1447, Austin, TX 78767-1447

      For more information,
      call Kathryn Houser at 512-326-3391

      Produced by:


      Texas Solar Energy Society
      http://txses.org


      Austin Green Building Program
      http://www.austinenergy.com




      Sponsored by:



      The Pedernales Live-Work Lofts


      First Texas Honda
      First Texas Honda

      Central Market

      City of Austin Water Conservation

      Green Mountain Energy

      Meridian Energy Systems

      The Austin Chronicle


      The Good Life Magazine

      KGSR


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