A rear view of a De Young Properties zero net energy model home in Clovis that uses solar panels and energy-efficient tile roof material. The HERO program will help homeowners finance energy saving projects for their home.
A rear view of a De Young Properties zero net energy model home in Clovis that uses solar panels and energy-efficient tile roof material. The HERO program will help homeowners finance energy saving projects for their home. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee Staff Photo
A rear view of a De Young Properties zero net energy model home in Clovis that uses solar panels and energy-efficient tile roof material. The HERO program will help homeowners finance energy saving projects for their home. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee Staff Photo
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