Suppliers Sought for Zero Energy HVAC Platinum LEED Home Community in Elizabeth, CO
Denver, Colorado – Information from suppliers and marketing partners is being requested for a 110 home zero energy HVAC Platinum LEED Home community development, Wild Pointe Ranch, on schedule to break ground in December 2009.
Eligible partners include national and international organizations, suppliers, distributors, trade associations, and non profit organizations. The following four partner categories are available for participation in this event:
3) Niche suppliers of renewable energy and/or sustainable product and services; and
The Wild Pointe Ranch Reserve will be USGBC LEED for Homes Platinum certified and will include the latest energy efficiency, indoor air quality, reduced water usage, and sustainable technology, products, and best practices. As the largest sustainable development of its kind in the United States, Wild Pointe Ranch will be a state and national icon for the best practices of sustainable construction and home energy efficiency. The low energy home design, ultra tight building envelope, and advanced integrated renewable HVAC design and technologies to be implemented in these homes present a new level for building science and set a viable standard for low and net zero energy residential buildings.
An ENERGY freedom Festival of Homes is being organized for the fall of 2010 as an open house event featuring the first six model homes completed. The event will be focused on providing to the public education and information about the affordability, design, building envelope, sustainable products, and integrated renewable energy systems. This will be the first homes parade with all LEED Platinum certified homes and net zero energy consumption for HVAC and DHW. Its focus on sustainability, along with a marketing budget exceeding $500,000, is expected to draw expansive local and national media coverage.
Involvement in this project is an opportunity not to be missed. For more information and to download the full version, visit http://www.LEEDRFI.com.
About C&A Companies:
C&A primarily engages in acquiring, developing, constructing and marketing residential and commercial properties. Over the years C&A has formed a team of professionals and trade partners whose collective mission has been to deliver affordable quality homes while minimizing the impact on the natural environment. For more information, visit http://www.cacompanies.com.
About Energy Environmental Corporation:
Energy Environmental Corporation consults, designs, and installs integrated HVAC and renewable energy systems. Using industry best practices and modeling capabilities from Europe, over the past decade EEC has been able to deliver cost effective fully integrated systems whose efficiency far exceeds conventional fossil fuel HVAC systems. For more information, visit http://www.energyhomes.org.
Anna Stephens, Communications Director
Energy Environmental Corporation