For those who long for a carbon-neutral life, the Zero Home is a dream come true.
This Solar Decathlon design enables the user to cohabit with the house, learning from each other to create a more energy-efficient, sustainable life
Set conditional rules for just about anything in your home with the touch of a button.
Wimotos can be used to monitor everything from soil moisture to bedroom temperatures, whether you’re home or not.
The national MyEnergi Lifestyle Retrofit contest could be your ticket to much lower utility bills and a tiny carbon footprint.
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Honda breaks ground on a smart home that will charge the car and still be zero net energy, meeting California’s ambitious goal for 2020 residential buildings.
A Washington State University Professor has been testing out various smart home technologies, one monitors whether elderly patients are taking their medicines.
Tri Cascade brings a home energy management system called ‘elka’ to CES 2012, and says it will deliver up to 35 percent savings in energy use and cost.
Amid growing consumer interest in home energy management systems, Fry’s Electronics recently announced that they will be featuring the PowerCost Monitor from Blue Line Innovations in all 17 stores.