The new Habitat for Humanity builds green homes. The Green Team program allows volunteers to build energy-efficient, low-cost green homes.
Habitat for Humanity builds green homes. To reduce the burden of energy prices on its homeowners, Habitat created this net Zero Energy Building in Laudon County, Tennessee. The house boasts two kilowatts of grid-connected photovoltaics, energy-efficient windows, structurally insulated panels and energy-efficient appliances.
ORNAL; COURTESY GRAHAM DAVIS
With their sweat equity, and the guidance and sponsorship of Habitat for Humanity, the Valadez family built their energy- and material-efficient Earth Smart home in Denver, Colorado. A solar collector mounted on the rooftop helps heat the household's water.
This energy-efficient Habitat for Humanity home near Santa Fe, New Mexico, was built with 18-inch-thick straw bale walls.
Fourteen-year-old Sua-Ahira Felix lives in a rammed-earth home she and her family helped build with support from the Tucson, Arizona, Habitat for Humanity affiliate.
Homeowners help build their homes as part of the Habitat for Humanity program.