Inexpensive LED Bulb on the Horizon
Lighting Science Group and Dixon Technologies have partnered to develop the first ultra-efficient 60-watt equivalent LED bulb under $15. (Energy Digital)

EPA Launches Website to Help Americans Find Green Products
The new Website is aimed at helping consumers find green appliances and electronic goods. (Energy Efficiency News)

University of Maryland Wins Solar Decathlon 2011
The school’s WaterShed house is the winner of the U.S. Department of Energy’s biennial competition, with Purdue University and New Zealand’s Victoria University of Wellington coming in second and third, respectively. (Eco-Structure)

Northwest Builder Offers Electric Vehicle Charging Station Option
Bellevue, Wash.-based Quadrant Homes has become the first production builder in its market to offer the charging stations as a choice for buyers. (PRNewswire)

New Orleans Launches Home Energy Efficiency Program
NOLA Wise, one of the Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Neighborhood projects, will allow participants to increase the comfort, safety, and affordability of their homes through energy-saving home improvements. (