Great Green Home | Port Hadlock by Clifton View Homes

Jan. 12, 2018

Builder Ted Clifton, who constructs custom zero energy homes on Whidbey Island in western Washington state, has two homes recognized with U.S. Department of Energy Housing Innovation Awards. While the houses are unique, they share an important common denominator, both have been certified to DOE’s Zero Energy Ready Home program. Clifton’s two winning homes, one located on Marine Drive in Coupeville on Whidbey Island and one located in nearby Port Hadlock, achieved Home Energy Rating System (HERS) scores of 39 and 38 without solar photovoltaics or -12 and -9, respectively, when solar systems were added.

Explore and read more about one of these homes by clicking on the images below.

Project Data:

  • Name: Port Hadlock
  • Location: Port Hadlock, WA
  • Layout: 2 bdr, 2 bth, 1 fl
  • Cond. Space: 1,784 ft2
  • Climate Zone: IECC 4C, cold
  • Completion: MD - March; PH - May 2015
  • Category: Custom

Modeled Performance Data:

  • HERS Index: w/o PV 38, w/PV -9
  • Projected Annual Utility Costs: w/o PV $759, w/PV $-35
  • Projected Annual Energy Cost Savings (compared to home built to 2012 WSEC): w/o PV $1,518, w/PV $2,300
  • Builder’s Added Cost Over 2012 WSEC: w/o PV $29,000, w/PV $62,500
  • Annual Energy Savings: MD - w/o PV 7,901 kWh; w/PV 17,367 kWh, 59.26 MMBtu

The images and information in this gallery were provided by the U.S. Department of Energy. See more great green homes like this one at the DOE Tour of Zero.



Topics: Building Green, GREAT GREEN HOMES

Companies: U.S. Department of Energy


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