Eco-friendly materials and sustainable technologies can bring affordable net-zero homes to distressed communities in Los Angeles, developer says.
Three of Project Frog’s smart classrooms become platforms for a study of solar-and-building integration.
Once thought too difficult to attain, buildings that generate as much power as they consume are becoming much more common, a new study reveals.
The Electrical and Computer Engineering building at the University of Illinois could become the largest net-zero building, by far.
There’s now a draft plan under consideration for taking the U.S. Army Garrison at West Point to net-zero energy use.
A Habitat for Humanity home in Edmonton aims for net zero energy use, in part by taking advantage of the insulating qualities of precast concrete.
Passive House, Minergie, LEED Platinum – Karuna House in Yamhill County, Ore., has become the first in the world to claim all three certifications.
The folks behind a UC Davis planned community say an early stage report showing it produced 87 percent of the energy it consumed is a very good sign.
The new Public Safety Building in Salt Lake City is net-zero, and the Utah Pollution Prevention Association rather likes that.
After a vigorous petition campaign by activists, Cambridge, Mass., agrees to explore ways to make the city net zero.
The building generates more than enough electricity to meet its needs during the first full year of occupancy.