With a 5-inch-thick shell of super-insulation materials, a retrofit apartment complex in Boston plans to reduce heating and hot water costs by 73 percent.
Legislation passed during the lame duck Congress will make it easier for consumers to choose an energy efficient water heater.
The new Fire Station No. 42 in Charlotte, N.C., not only earned LEED Gold certification for its green features, it also came in on time and $2 million under budget.
A residence in British Columbia, Canada, is the first to be certified by the Living Building Challenge for water conservation and site preservation.
Solar thermal collectors covering the equivalent of five football fields are providing hot water for a Saudi Arabian women’s college.
The California Solar Initiative has doubled the rebate for qualifying low-income, single-family households that make the switch from natural gas to solar.
Sit back and sip a frosty one while checking out this photo gallery of five solar-powered breweries found around the US.
Davidson College in North Carolina will soon install a solar hot water and pool heating system and a PV array to offset energy costs at its sports complex.
A poll finds that nearly 75 percent of Americans believe the growth of the solar water heating industry will create jobs and help the U.S. economy
A DaVita dialysis clinic in Scottsburg, Ind., has reduced its natural-gas consumption by 75 percent after installing a solar hot water system in 2010.
California will spend $25 million to encourage low-income residents to install solar water heaters in their homes, reducing the use of natural gas.