The New York Green Bank should stimulate private sector financing for commercial, multifamily, and residential renewable energy and energy efficiency projects.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory's Golden, Colo., facility, designed by RNL Design.
A new addition to the state’s list of accepted renewable energy sources may help reduce costs of heating and cooling large buildings.
Nearly a quarter of single-family builders installed energy-producing equipment such as geothermal heat pumps and photovoltaics in new construction projects last year, according to NAHB.
Renewable energy reigns at House of Vestas, a new LEED Platinum office building for a global wind-turbine manufacturer in Aarhus, Denmark.
Senate Bill 2150, signed into law last month by Illinois Governor Pat Quinn increases the number of utility companies that will meet renewable energy goals and creates specific goals for solar energy in Illinois.
The new system uses live plant material to provide shade and generate renewable energy.
President Bush signs bill that contains $18 billion in energy tax credits for homeowners and businesses.
A white paper from the Institute for Building Efficiency explores financing models for energy efficiency and renewable energy in existing buildings.
Energy & Carbon chairs Edward Mazria and Francesca Desmarais examine what the building sector needs to do to expand sustainable design and reduce carbon levels to 350 ppm by 2030.
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