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How to Make an Old Condo Building More Eco-Friendly
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How to Make an Old Condo Building More Eco-Friendly

Older buildings are introducing permeable pavers, highly efficient appliances,... More

Up on the Roof with Tesla
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Up on the Roof with Tesla

The company looks to help solar panels take off with new design that builds panels... More

Could President Hillary Boost the Solar Industry?
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Could President Hillary Boost the Solar Industry?

Hillary Clinton has a bold plan for solar, but is it enough? More

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Ways for Remodelers to Create Wealth During Retirement Ways for Remodelers to Create Wealth During Retirement

How three remodeling company owners who started out small have amassed high personal net worth. More

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Utility Energy-Efficiency Programs to Double by 2025

Total spending expected to be about $9.5 billion by 2025. More

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Trash Talk: How to Set up a Jobsite Recycling Program Trash Talk: How to Set up a Jobsite Recycling Program

Jobsite recycling is an idea whose time has come. Here are some tips to help you set up your company's recycling program. More

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Setting Standards: The DOE's Workforce Guidelines for Home Energy Upgrades Setting Standards: The DOE's Workforce Guidelines for Home Energy Upgrades

There may soon be a new set of rules for remodelers to adhere to when it comes to performing weatherization work. More

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Power Full: The Power Saver Loan Makes Its Debut

The FHA's two-year pilot program will help homeowners fund energy-efficiency upgrades on their homes. More

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Inventive Incentives: REMODELING Takes a Look at the Alternatives to Home Star Inventive Incentives: REMODELING Takes a Look at the Alternatives to Home Star

Some remodelers are making the most of government incentives to improve the performance of existing U.S. housing stock ó and to boost their bottom line. More

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Velux America One-Collector Solar Water Heating Systems Velux America One-Collector Solar Water Heating Systems

Now available for use in electric or gas water heating markets, smaller one-collector solar water heating systems paired with a 60-gallon tank are ideal for one- to two-person households. More

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