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Students Brennan Nordstrom, Eric Landmark and Anthony Carruth work on the Hill Grocery House. The students in Matt Olson's construction trades class at Montevideo High School are building the home with the aim to make it 50 percent more energy efficient than the traditional Habitat for Humanity house. Submitted

Advocates say it's time for a technological leap forward

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MONTEVIDEO -- When it's 20 below and winter winds howl, Minnesotans turn to Stone Age technology to stay warm.

They add more fuel to the fire.

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There's a better option: Build homes that take advantage of the power of the sun and don't let a calorie of heat escape from the inside, whether that heat is radiated by its occupants or the appliances they use.

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Tom Cherveny
Tom Cherveny is a regional and outdoor reporter with the West Central Tribune in Willmar, MN.
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