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Utilizing Repurposed Materials
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Utilizing Repurposed Materials

Incorporating recycled materials into a project is nothing new for the Solar... More

Water Conservation Solutions from the 2015 Solar Decathlon
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Water Conservation Solutions from the 2015 Solar Decathlon

With California and Texas both experiencing serious droughts over the past several... More

Applications for Builders from the 2015 Solar Decathlon
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Applications for Builders from the 2015 Solar Decathlon

The U.S. Department of Energy’s 2015 Solar Decathlon showcased innovations in... More

SURE House: Sustainable and Resilient
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SURE House: Sustainable and Resilient

The 2015 Solar Decathlon team from Stevens Institute of Technology wanted their... More

GRoW Home: Merging Greenhouse and Home
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GRoW Home: Merging Greenhouse and Home

Designed with the urban gardener in mind, GRoW Home from the University at Buffalo... More

NexusHaus: A Modular Design Addressing Density
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NexusHaus: A Modular Design Addressing Density

The main focus for students from 2015 Solar Decathlon Team Texas/Germany was... More

Grassroots Cactivism: New Proposal Uses Cacti to Remedy California Drought
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Grassroots Cactivism: New Proposal Uses Cacti to Remedy California Drought

The drought tolerant plant can be used for consumption and filtering water. More

The Top 5 States for Tiny Homes
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The Top 5 States for Tiny Homes

Where are the best places to build tiny? Many state regulations and lack of... More

Top and Bottom States for LEED by Certification Level and Space Type
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Top and Bottom States for LEED by Certification Level and Space Type

Which states and sectors really go for gold (and platinum)? Our heatmap uses... More

Residents Flooding In to the Drought-Stricken West
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Residents Flooding In to the Drought-Stricken West

The Brookings Institute looks at the latest U.S. Census data that shows more than... More

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