Two Coloradans made themselves a tiny house, and now they’re sharing a story of learning to build, and live, small.
Just like he said he would, President Obama has ordered the federal government to work toward getting 20 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2020.
Passive House, Minergie, LEED Platinum – Karuna House in Yamhill County, Ore., has become the first in the world to claim all three certifications.
As the U.S. green building movement enters its third decade, the market has reached a tipping point.
Energy Star isn’t just about dishwashers and refrigerators; the commercial building certification program is going strong and promoting big savings.
The NREL has developed a software application that invites more interaction with building occupants in order to save energy and money, and keep folks comfortable.
The folks behind a UC Davis planned community say an early stage report showing it produced 87 percent of the energy it consumed is a very good sign.
The SmartLight concept, which uses electrofluidic cells to manipulate the huge resource of sunlight that hits office buildings, could be a big energy saver.
The Obama administration points to a new Alcoa recycling facility as an example of reaping energy savings rewards through its Better Plants Challenge.
The U.S. Green Building Council says LEED v4 will bring “better, cleaner, healthier buildings where people live and work.”