North Bay Business Journal | August 24, 2018
By Barry Vesser
After the devastation of the fires last October, most people in the affected areas are understandably eager to rebuild as quickly as possible.
At the same time, climate and clean energy advocates in the community would like to see those homes rebuilt using state-of-the-art technology that would provide a better experience for homeowners and have a much lower impact on the environment.
In the immediate aftermath of the fires, the question was: How could this be done without adding time and additional expense to the homeowners already struggling with a complex and burdensome process?