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This Just Became the World's Cheapest Form of Electricity
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This Just Became the World's Cheapest Form of Electricity

Move over wind energy, solar energy is in town. More

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

Layered Approach
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Layered Approach
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Merits of Window Framing Materials

While the glazing in a new window may make up the majority of the product's energy efficiency, the framing can also be a contributor to heat transfer. By combining the right glass with the correct framing material you can give customers the highest energy-efficient window unit possible. More

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Neil Kelly Co. Buys Mr. Sun Solar

Neil Kelly Co.†has acquired†Mr. Sun Solar, thus adding design, installation, and servicing of solar panels and solar energy products to the Portland, Ore.-based remodeler's portfolio of services. More

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Retractable Awnings: The Good Kind of Hangover Retractable Awnings: The Good Kind of Hangover

The right awning can add visual interest to an outdoor space, with the added bonus of energy efficiency. More

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Giving the Green Light: A Remodeler Uses His Own Home as a Green Test Case Giving the Green Light: A Remodeler Uses His Own Home as a Green Test Case

A remodeler uses his own home to train himself and his crew in specific green practices so he can better inform clients. More

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Deep Green: A Sustainable Remodel With Appeal for Future Homeowners Deep Green: A Sustainable Remodel With Appeal for Future Homeowners

This LEED Platinum renovation has a long-range goal: to ensure the building's adaptability for the needs of future homeowners. More

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The Folly of Deep Energy Retrofits

MICHAEL ANSCHEL: Are deep energy retrofits all they're cracked up to be? And what, exactly, constitutes a safe deep energy retrofit? More

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