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    A winner in the Greenhouse category of the 2009 Evergreen Awards, the EcoDEEP Haus doubles the size of a 1940s bungalow but cuts its energy use nearly in half

  • Earthly Ethics

    Fulfilling Aldo Leopold's belief that ethical behavior includes respecting the land, the Leopold Legacy Center examines the relationships between buildings, their inhabitants and their sites

  • Innovative Green Projects: 2009

    Seven of the most innovative green projects of 2009.

  • Southwall Technologies Expands

    Heat Mirror inventor to manufacture its own brand of insulated glass.

  • Smart Daylighting Strategies Keep Homes Bright and Energy Efficient

    Basement living spaces need all the sunlight they can get. So when Washington design/build contractor Chris Landis' clients asked for an outdoor deck that wouldn't block light into the window wells of their downstairs family room, he came up with a novel solution: a deck with a translucent floor...

  • Commercial Glass Product Has Low SHGC

    AGC Flat Glass North America has made available its Ti-AC 23 low-E, energy-efficient glass product for commercial buildings.

  • SunGuard SN 68 Glass From Guardian Industries

    Guardian Industries’ SunGuard SN 68 glass has a low-E coating that maximizes energy savings.

  • Impervia Windows and Doors From Pella

    Pella Impervia fiber-glass composite windows and doors are a durable, cost-effective, energy-efficient alternative to vinyl and aluminum products. The windows and doors, which feature five-layer Duracast fiber-glass composite material, have earned the Energy Star rating and can save facility owners...

  • SunGuard Advanced Architectural Glass From Guardian

    Guardian has added six low-E glass colors, including SunGuard AG 50 and Royal Blue 40, to its SunGuard Advanced Architectural Glass products line. Available on three float-glass substrates, the colors save energy by allowing high amounts of visible light into a building while minimizing solar heat...

  • Architectural Glass From PPG IdeaScapes

    Industries has combined the solar control of Solarban 80 low-emissivity glass with its new blue-green Optiblue glass.