The DOE completes its biggest demolition project ever, of the K-25 gaseous diffusion building, where uranium was enriched for the Hiroshima bomb.
Nissan, close to producing its all-electric Leaf at its facilities in Tennessee, already has begun electric motor building trials at one of its domestic plants.
Conceived of as an ideal “base camp” for outdoor adventures in the Applachian Mountains, The Crash Pad hostel in Chattanooga has taken LEED Platinum.
General Motors has upgraded to a high effiiciency lighting system at its Spring Hill Complex in Tennessee, and is expected to save $12 million as a result.
A new solar farm in Haywood County brings 5 megawatts of generating capacity online for customers of Chickasaw Electric Co-op and Tennessee Valley Authority.
Tennessee is reaping the benefits of solar industry growth, a report says, and the state is determined to eliminate any obstacles to becoming an industry leader.
New EV fast chargers at Cracker Barrel restaurants in Tenn. allow EV owners to recharge their car’s batteries in 30 minutes while they eat.
Lipscomb University has begun construction on a LEED-registered building for its nursing program on its Nashville campus.
Nashville, Tenn. will soon have a new green community center to call its own that teaches about eco topics and is planned for LEED certification.
Of the 170 Air Guard projects nationwide, the Chattanooga, Tenn. project is one of only three that has been awarded a LEED certification of any level.
The New Norris House, developed by a student and faculty team at the University of Tennessee, puts a green, efficient spin on the historic Norris House.