By switching to renewable energy, island nations reduce their reliance on imported fuels, keep money in the local economy and lower their carbon emissions.
We had to make some tradeoffs, but investing more up front was well worth it, as it ended up providing more comfort, reducing our carbon footprint, and saving us money in the long run.
A small town in Kansas has taken a disaster and used the opportunity to emerge stronger and greener.
An evaluation of the Bank of America Tower’s energy use and green building certification is a bit more complicated than the one-dimensional headlines may suggest.
The fight for the title “Solar Capital of the U.S.” is on, and for two towns in California, things are heating up faster than a solar panel during summer peak.
It’s time for some inventive solar lessors to rise to the challenge and offer up money in our pockets today.
Driving greater energy efficiency into our affordable housing stock is an opportunity for a win-win.