STANFORD, CA.,—JUNE 23, 2016,—A new 3,200 square foot custom home using a patented light steel frame building technology and integrated process for Stanford Professor of Climate and Clean Energy Mark Jacobson. This is BONE Structure's first California net zero-energy home.  ( Norbert von der Groeben / Daily News )
Norbert von der Groeben/Isiphoto STANFORD, CA.,—JUNE 23, 2016,—A new 3,200 square foot custom home using a patented light steel frame building technology and integrated process for Stanford Professor of Climate and Clean Energy Mark Jacobson. This is BONE Structure's first California net zero-energy home. ( Norbert von der Groeben / Daily News )

A Stanford University engineering professor who studies climate and air pollution has built a house perfect for him.

The two-story home is zero net energy, meaning it will produce as much energy as it consumes, reports Jacqueline Lee of the Bay Area News Group.

By 2020, the state will require that all new residential construction fit this criterion, writes Lee.

Mark Jacobson's home is the first constructed built on the Peninsula by BONE Structure, which uses patented light steel-frame building technology that allows for precision building. All Bone Structure homes come zero net energy ready.

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