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.