Phoebe Howe co-coordinates Efficiency Vermont’s ZEM (Zero Energy Modular) initiative and several other projects to promote healthy homes and high performance construction. Phoebe is passionate about supporting affordable housing organizations, builders, and Vermonters of all incomes in their quest for the healthiest, most affordable, and most resilient home possible. Prior to joining Efficiency Vermont, Phoebe received an architecture and environmental studies education from Middlebury College and the Yestermorrow Design/Build School.
Go Small, Go Zero with Vermod Homes and Efficiency Vermont
with Ashley Andreas & Phoebe Howe
Ever wondered just how healthy, comfortable, and resilient a new home could be? Vermod Homes, Efficiency Vermont, and affordable housing organizations are partnering to bring small, zero energy modular (ZEM) homes to Vermonters of all incomes. You’ll come away understanding the role of energy efficiency, decreasing carbon emissions, long term quality, and lasting affordability in the small home movement. Afterwards, come visit us in our traveling model in the Tiny House Village!