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Published on December 24th, 2009 | by Rhonda Winter

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Steven Chu’s Gingerbread House Has Solar Panels

The Department of Energy’s innovative gingerbread house is fully weatherized, and includes solar panels and water recycling systems. If only it were also sugar-free, organic and locally made. Happy Kwanzaa to us all.

Lauria Hill, an Administrative Support Specialist with the office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, explains their sustainable gingerbread house.

SF City Hall

This was taken last December, on the land where the SF City Hall Victory Garden used to be.

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