Wind Power

Construction of the First U.S. Wind Power Farm Enters Final Phase
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Construction of the First U.S. Wind Power Farm Enters Final Phase

The offshore windmill generating plant located in Rhode Island is nearing completion. More

Solar-Powered Streetlight Can Issue Flood Warnings, Kill Mosquitos, and Charge Cell Phones
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Solar-Powered Streetlight Can Issue Flood Warnings, Kill Mosquitos, and Charge Cell Phones

Powered by wind and solar power, these fixtures represent the future of urban... More

Ecocapsule: A Tiny Home for Eco-Travelers
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Ecocapsule: A Tiny Home for Eco-Travelers

This wind- and solar- powered pod provides off-grid shelter for a prolonged stay... More

Wind Turbines: The Future of Mixed-Use Development?
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Wind Turbines: The Future of Mixed-Use Development?

Wind turbines have long been subject of NIMBY-ism on the count of aesthetics and... More

Wind Trees: Turbines for Small Residential Spaces
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Wind Trees: Turbines for Small Residential Spaces

Meet "wind trees," the small-scale turbine perfect for city neighborhoods. More

Brownfield Redevelopment, Shipping Containers, and Solar Power Rolled into One
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Brownfield Redevelopment, Shipping Containers, and Solar Power Rolled into One

A new net-zero apartment building in Brooklyn's Brighton Beach neighborhood... More

The Phipps Center for Sustainable Landscapes is the First to Obtain Well Platinum Pilot Certification
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The Phipps Center for Sustainable Landscapes is the First to Obtain Well Platinum Pilot Certification

The Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is the first institute to achieve... More

Surfers Build a Beach House Powered by Surf
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Surfers Build a Beach House Powered by Surf

Architect Margot Krasojevics is building a house for South African surfers that... More

Blacklisted from the NYC Department of Buildings, a Former Architect Tries His Hand at Green Development
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Blacklisted from the NYC Department of Buildings, a Former Architect Tries His Hand at Green Development

As one of today’s most notorious designers in New York, Robert Scarano, Jr.,... More

A Mighty Wind
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A Mighty Wind

A new report says there's plenty of wind to power the world's energy needs, even... More

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