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  • NECA Contractors Show Expertise in Landfill Gas-to-Energy Projects, a Feature of "Industry Today" on Industrialinfo.Com

    Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and its partners from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) are "green and mean" for renewable energy projects.

  • Utilities Chase Distant Winds: Critics Cry Foul Over Buying of Renewable Energy Credits

    Jul. 31--The answer to North Carolina's green energy challenge is blowing in the wind-swept mesas of Texas.

  • AT&T Collaborates With GE to Switch to LED Signage ; More Energy Efficient Lighting to Save Over 3,500 Metric Tons of CO2 Annually

    DALLAS, July 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Over the last few years, AT&T* re-branding efforts across the country included a redesign of its logo that necessitated the replacement of 7,000 channel letter signs on more than 6,500 AT&T office buildings and retail locations.

  • Eco-Resources

    Whirlwind Building Components, Houston, has just released a complete product-line brochure.

  • Forum Discusses Buildings' Energy Efficiency

    The Washington, D.C.-based National Academies of Sciences’ Federal Facilities Council and International Facility Management Association, Houston, hosted a joint policy forum at the U.S. Capitol in September about efficient energy use in buildings.

  • The Week in Green

    A roundup of green building news, including Midwest builders work to prevent stricter energy codes and Austin mandates energy audits.

  • Fast-food Chains Serve Up Sustainable Restaurants

    With locations across the U.S., fast-food restaurants have great potential to create positive environmental impacts as they enter the green-building arena.

  • Groups Work to Green Health Care

    The U.S. Green Building Council, Washington, D.C., and Green Guide for Health Care, a joint project of the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems, Austin, Texas, and Health Care Without Harm, Arlington, Va., are collaborating to green the health-care industry by fostering best practices and...

  • Lessons From a New York Home

    Less than 10 miles (16 km) away from the setting of the historic 1943 novel, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, architect Paul Gleicher and his wife Lisa Sharkey completely renovated their 19th century, 4-story Romanesque Revival brownstone. Remodeled with the help of Good Housekeeping magazine and the...

  • The Week in Green

    A roundup of green building news, including lower insurance premiums for green homes and solar incentives in Texas.