In 50 of America's largest cities, a home solar power system offers a better return on the stock market.
As temperatures plummet, many Americans will be looking for ways to stay comfortable and warm this winter, but not all U.S. cities were created equal when it comes to their cozy factor.
In multiple studies across the U.S., homebuyers paid 10% to 14% more for homes with green certifications over comparable homes.
From the toilets at Sochi to former Mayor Bloomberg’s pro-plumber sentiment, it’s safe to say the year was “flush” with interesting toilet talk.
Take a look at the Top 10 blog posts for 2014 on ProudGreenHome.com.
As prices continue to fall for residential solar installations, there's still the question of whether a particular home site could generate enough power for an investment in solar panels to pay off.
Scientists at Stanford have developed a passive radiator system that lowers the temperature of anything it's placed on.
Keep an eye out for gray taking the spotlight as the color of choice in 2015 as homeowners remodel and upgrade their homes.
Continuing its strong growth, the United States installed 1,354 megawatts (MW) of solar photovoltaics in the third quarter of 2014, up 41 percent over the same period last year.
Green attitudes are gaining ground, but green purchases and behaviors are stagnant or heading south. And the economy may be the culprit.
While a world of clean and affordable energy, abundant freshwater, 3D printed houses or worldwide high-speed Internet access won't miraculously appear by the end of 2015, it is the beginning of a better future.
Annual utility rate increases lead many homeowners to consider switching to a renewable source of energy.
Energy-efficient homes in Scotland are on the market less time and draw a higher selling price compared to less efficient homes, according to a study of more than 10,000 property sales.
The costs of solar energy in the U.S. has fallen by 14 percent over the last year, despite stable wholesale prices of solar panels and the imposition of anti-dumping tariffs on some imported solar panels.
The 1-percenter end of the U.S. housing market seems to be doing just fine as an estate with an asking price of $195 million hits the listings in Beverly Hills.