Simply put, the position we've been putting forward at a policy level, and certainly in the code process, is that we're not arguing against moving to net-zero ready by 2030; rather, we're saying let's figure out how to do it without increasing the cost of the house.
That's a really big challenge. We think it's doable, but unless the process has that as a goal, it's unlikely to happen. What tends to happen in code is that everybody sticks something in that they think would be good to have there, but there's not a lot of thought about how you do all of this and try to maintain affordability.
We think it's simply taking on a bigger challenge, figuring out not just how to.... We can always spend money and build a better house. Can we build a better house without spending more money? I think that's a more compelling challenge.