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  • Power Integrations Achieves 92%-Efficient Power Supply for LED Streetlights Up to 150 W

    Power Integrations (Nasdaq:POWI), the leader in high-voltage integrated circuits for energy-efficient power conversion, today released a new engineering report (DER-212) describing a 92%-efficient power supply for LED streetlight applications.

  • Wind Turbine From Marquiss Wind Power

    Marquiss Wind Power’s rooftop wind turbine has a lower cost per kilowatt hour than solar power.Its patented ducted design and self-stabilization address the challenge of attachment to rooftops. The turbine also has a low installation cost.

  • Taking Note of Green Cleaning

    Green cleaning is an easy and cost-effective way to protect the environment.

  • Tool Estimates LEED Project Costs

    To help solve LEED-cost issues, MHTN Architects Inc., Salt Lake City, developed a cost-estimating tool.

  • From the Hill: March 2009

    Environmental legislation news from Capitol Hill.

  • Innovations: September 2008

    These products will help achieve sustainability.

  • A House Maximizes Energy Efficiency

    Passive systems create a comfortable environment for the residents of a home in Durham, N.C.

  • A Boston Non-Profit Inspires Ecological Stewardship

    Boston's Artists for Humanities EpiCenter intimates its historic Boston neighborhood while clearly expressing its artistic, green sensibility.

  • Efficient, Effective and Responsible Buildings Are Environmental and Economic

    Author, speaker and consultant Alan Whitson, president of the Corporate Realty, Design and Management Institute, Portland, Ore., is the creator of a seminar series, “Turning Green into Gold.”

  • Three kitchen designers tell building pros that great design and products make a kitchen functional.

    “A workable kitchen can be beautiful, but a beautiful kitchen is not always workable.”