More Multifamily Builders Going Green
NAHB study reveals growing interest from both multifamily buyers and builders in energy- and resource-efficient products. (EcoHome)

Washington, D.C., Launches Green Building Curriculum
Training will educate builders and students on green construction practices and LEED standards. (EcoHome)

DOE Investing To Bring Solar Energy Online
The Department of Energy will invest up to $24 million to develop solar energy products that will hopefully accelerate the penetration of photovoltaic systems in the U.S. (Renewable Energy World)

6,000 Virginia Homes To Be Powered by Landfill Gas
As part of a nationwide effort, landfill operator Waste Management broke ground on a power plant in Virginia that will use landfill gas to power about 6,000 homes in eight months. The company plans to build 60 plants within five years. (Daily Press)

Greensburg, Kan., Breaks Ground on Green Community Building 
As part of its commitment to green rebuilding, tornado-ravaged Greensburg, Kan., broke ground on the new Kiowa County Community Building, which will be certified LEED-Platinum. (The Pratt Tribune)

DOE Kicks Off Old Refrigerator Recycling Effort
The exhibit "The Art of Recycling: The Coolest Show in Town," showcases old refrigerators as art to promote the Department of Energy's Recycle My Old Fridge Campaign. (DOE)