UC Davis has been known to teach folks on how to make wine or beer and now all that is left is on how green they are in the process. Apparently like most companies, UC Davis has its own with the Jess Jackson Sustainable Winery Building, a net zero warehouse that houses the whole process in mind.
The warehouse was made possible thanks to Siegel & Strain Architects, featuring a huge roof that in a way commonly holds a 5 kW Solar System to produce the necessary energy to produce wine, beer or grow great produce.
The system in place is actually more than enough energy that they would need. However, it does help UC Davis achieve its Net Zero goals easily as well. And apparently they are not yet satisfied with that as reports have it that they are seriously considering turning the rest of their campus into a net zero area soon.