LPL Financial opened its new headquarters last week, which features fuel cells that convert biogas into enough electricity to power the building and an additional 750 homes.Read More
Jayson Antonoff of the Global Buildings Performance Network argues the benefits of linking building energy codes with benchmarking and disclosure policies.Read More
The Wi-fi enabled Parce One smart plug measures and controls the energy usage of your electronic devices by monitoring your daily habits.Read More
Owners need the right managers to optimize their building's energy performance.Read More
The words and phrases architects use sometimes put others on the outside looking in.Read More
The neighborhoods of 2039 will feel more like cityscapes with environmentally friendly, energy-efficient amenities and people living closer to their jobs.Read More
Factory-built homes engineered for coastal conditions are taking off in towns devastated by Hurricane Sandy.Read More
Here's an argument for resilient design: Six decades of twister tracks shows that some places get hit again and again.Read More
Three senators propose restoring and boosting energy efficiency tax credits for residential, commercial, and multifamily buildings under the new Energy Efficiency Tax Incentives Act.Read More
In the third part of a series looking at what drives green product manufacturers, we chat with Steve Revnew, vice president of product development for The Sherwin-Williams Company, about the company's approach to sustainability.Read More
Carl Seville, one of REMODELING's green experts, casts his vote for these three products-provided you, as with all materials, install them right.Read More
Can plants that produce light in a completely natural process that requires no chemicals or electricity be used to replace electric lighting?Read More
Proposals for massive enclosures of space reinforce socioeconomic divides.Read More
The Terreform Research Group envision a New York City in which streets and avenues would be converted into greenways and farms.Read More
Instead of size and special amenities, home buyers now want conveniences within walking distance and shorter commutingRead More
ARUP looks into how architecture and infrastructure can better address climate change, resource scarcity, rising energy costs, disaster resistance, and human and environmental health through sustainable design strategies.Read More
Gov. Mike Pence decides not to veto bill that will shut down Indiana's energy efficiency program for homes, schools, stores, and factories. As a result, the program will end Dec .31.Read More
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