Energy efficiency advocates say a bill that sailed through the House will save energy and money, particularly in leased commercial buildings.
Think trains are a relic of the past? Think about these facts: Even today, 42 percent of the nation’s freight is moved by train….
These days, a $40 million dollar equity financing deal might not seem groundbreaking in America’s power markets. But for the keen analyst of distributed…
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The old eastern span of the Bay Bridge is coming down, but there’s a move to keep the spirit of the bridge alive with the “Bay Bridge House.”
Ranked on a per capita basis, Illinois was the top state in new LEED green-building certifications in 2013, according to a new “Top 10″ list.
The 21 Acres Center in Woodinville, outside Seattle, says it has become the first commercial building in a rural farm setting to achieve LEED Platinum.
A mayoral candidate’s idea for bringing life to abandoned Paris Metro stations, and some fascinating architectural renderings, spark discussion.
There are issues in Sochi that should be addressed by the International Olympic Committee in order to save huge amounts of energy and resources at future Games.
Big-city buildings are a major source of climate pollution, and 10 big-city mayors have joined the City Energy Project to address the issue.