The process of building your own office space is exciting. Use the tips included here to ensure your property is as “green” as possible.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology, a branch of the United States Commerce Department, has a new project. They recently showed off their new facility, built to resemble a house, which is expected to create enough energy to power itself over the course of a year. NIST intends to show that an average home can do the same. A year of work has been put into the “house” already, and those familiar with the project indicate that the next…
An intriguing look at just how much clean, renewable energy we could harvest from the sun.
Not all green upgrades need to be bank busters. Here are a few that any homeowner can make on the weekend for less than $100.
In 2012, green building trends are moving solidly in the direction of the “Net Zero Building.”
CUNY Energy Institute recently announced that it has built an operating prototype zinc anode battery system.These batteries look to be considerably more efficient and greener than all alternatives.
For the longest time solar power has been limited to communities and homes in higher income areas. A new solar power installation in Northeast Denver, Colorado is showing that this form of renewable energy need not be limited to exclusive properties limited to the real estate elite.