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Geothermal Conference Set for Earth Day in Washington D.C.

Upcoming global geothermal conference will take place in America. Interested parties should mark this on the calendar. Two Dozen Countries to Be Represented in Washington D.C. Representatives from 24 countries will come together with Washington leaders for the GEA International Geothermal Showcase in Washington D.C. on Tuesday, April 22. The Showcase will examine the outlook […]

March 27th

Taiwan’s ITRI Introduces Award-Winning Green Tech, Including Low-Cost, High-Efficiency Concentrating Solar PV Film/Panel

Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) is introducing some very exciting lighting and renewable energy discoveries. Source: Clean Technica [repostus hash=2b6157b160a567e20ed0d15b9b71f11d title=Taiwan%26%238217%3Bs+ITRI+Introduces+Award-Winning+Green+Tech%2C+Including+Low-Cost%2C+High-Efficiency+Concentrating+Solar+PV+Film%2FPanel host=Clean+Technica short=1rahV snip=%C2%A0+Taiwan%E2%80%99s+Industrial+Technology+Research+Institute+%28ITRI%29+is+on+a+bit+of+a+roll+when+it+comes+to+winning+awards+for+new%2C+innovative+green+technology+that+reduces+carbon+emissions+and+energy+consumption.+ITRI+in+recent+years+has+focused+its+efforts+on+developing+new+%E2%80%9Cgreen%E2%80%9D+technologies.+The%26hellip%3B thumb=3129705 jump=1]

October 31st

Guest Post: Four Environmental Innovations That Have Revolutionized Architecture

The green revolution has impacted almost every sector of the economy. Now, eco-friendly technology is revolutionizing the way we think about architecture. Every part of the architectural process is undergoing huge changes. When people think of green architecture, they often picture simple modifications, such as the substitution of environmentally friendly materials for less sustainable ones. […]

September 21st

Taipei 101 is World’s Tallest Green Building

It’s a common saying that size doesn’t matter, but nobody told the people who built the Taipei 101 tower that. The 1,666 foot tall building has just become the world’s tallest green building by achieving LEED Platinum certification in the Existing Building Operation and Maintenance category from the U.S. Green Building Council. Not only is this now the tallest building to receive LEED certification, it is also the largest scale building with a total area of 1.6 million square feet and the green building with the most tenants at 90.

August 29th