The Clock Shadow Building, constructed on a vacant brownfield site, now uses sustainable methods to reduce its carbon footprint and promote wellness of both mind and body.
Is it possible to power a car with nothing but free air? This ambitious project aims to find out.
An entire industrial neighborhood in Milwaukee gets a green makeover, earning a LEED Platinum rating and turning an old Pabst factory into a multi-use gem.
The U.S. Department of Energy talks about how a 154-foot wind turbine symbolizes Milwaukee’s strategic plan of moving forward with clean, renewable energy.
Milwaukee’s new program linking building owners with contractors and financing institutions will implement energy efficient upgrades with no upfront costs.
In Milwaukee, a seemingly unremarkable redevelopment project is 45 percent more efficient than the average, and was built with 50 percent recycled materials.
It’s not quite the behemoth used at utility-scale wind farms, but Milwaukee’s new 100-kilowatt wind turbine on Lake Michigan is plenty big by urban standards.