More stories about Net-Zero Energy

  • Closing the Loop

    A former meat-processing facility goes green in Chicago.

  • IgCC Version 2.0 Public Comment Period Ends Aug. 12

    Comments on the latest versions of the International Green Construction Code are due Aug. 12, and will be followed by final action hearings in November 2011.

  • A Lesson in Net-Zero Energy

    The Bosarge Family Education Center at Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens aims for net-zero-energy status and LEED Platinum certification.

  • Commitment Needed From Big Builders

    When big builders make big statements about their commitment to green building, it's a big deal.

  • Builder Unveils Country's First Net-Zero Production Home

    Meritage Homes drives high performance into production markets in 21 communities.

  • July Legislative Update

    A roundup of local, state, and federal legislation and government news affecting green home building.

  • EHDA Grand Award: Go Home

    Maine Passive House proves that net-zero-energy building can be achieved at a mainstream price.

  • EHDA Merit Award: Concord Green Home

    A traditional-yet-fresh style and a focus on optimal indoor air quality combine to create a comfortable, livable home in Massachusetts.

  • The Week in Green: July 1-7

    A roundup of green building news including potential net-zero legislation for California and the latest in LED light bulbs.

  • California May Require Net-Zero Homes by 2020

    July 9--By 2020, California regulators want builders to make new houses so energy-efficient that on balance, they consume no energy at all, state officials said.