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Published on October 15th, 2009 | by seandaily

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Homes of the Future with Tom Schey of Minimal Productions

GreenTalk Radio GreenTalk Radio host Sean Daily speaks with Tom Schey, President of Minimal Productions. Schey is now leading green home building in Southern California and is the author of an upcoming book on fun ways to green up your life. 737conserve is an incredibly advanced, beautiful intellectual home. One of the most advanced smart homes ever built. The structure will most certainly generate more electricity than it uses. A home that embraces water and energy conservation in ways not yet part of the residential building landscape.

[Courtesy of our friends at GreenLivingIdeas.com]

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Homes Future Tom Schey Minimal Productions



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One Response to Homes of the Future with Tom Schey of Minimal Productions

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