Further proof that building green doesn’t have to cost you more up-front.
Taking top honors for the best overall solar-powered home design is Team Austria’s LISI House.
The UNLV house was designed to take full advantage of the Mojave Desert’s renewable resources.
The school’s stance proves (once again) that being in Ivy League doesn’t necessarily mean higher intelligence.
Renewables provided 15.5 percent of U.K. electrical generation in the second quarter, a whopping 5.8 percentage points higher than in the same quarter in 2012.
How about that: The Wall Street Journal runs what is, on balance, a thoughtful, fact-laden piece about renewable energy. What will Murdoch think?
Cities that are pro-active about energy-efficiency enjoy a healthier environment and growing economy.
This student-designed solar house is packed full of unique clean tech innovations that help the home conserve–and generate–renewable energy.
A new online resource launched by the Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative shows just how much a smarter grid can impact your bottom line.
The All-Gas project aims to turn wastewater into something that can actually move us forward as a species.
CAU will use the grant to transform 20th century campus infrastructures into living, learning laboratories, and educate the green building innovators of tomorrow.