With more states moving toward variable rate plans and surge pricing, when energy is consumed is almost as important as how much energy is used.
Common myths are that passive homes are too stuffy and that the walls are too thick.
It's about an attitude and behavior shift that everyone needs to make and small changes that will make a big difference.
Experts offer strategies for selling high-performance structures
Certified homes used up to 40% less electricity than non-certified homes, in some cases making Built Green homes twice as efficient as predicted.
PulteGroup is looking for ways to build homes that are more resource efficient and also meet consumers' changing desires.
Energy modeling among strategies for builders to help customers, based on their budgets, determine best expenditures
Jasper's colossal footprint of stored sunlight energy will be on a scale never-before-seen in the world when considering residential energy storage in a single planned community.
Honors recognize some of most inventive products, systems and technologies
WaterSense unveils new program to determine water scores for multifamily buildings
As you’d expect, buyers of larger homes tend to insist on more features in their homes.
Filtering your own water is a way to live a more sustainable life without inconvenience or extra costs.
The same preservation efforts that historical site directors employ can be mirrored by the average homeowner.
Once the precast concrete foundations are in place, modular home components will be installed to increase the speed and efficiency of construction.
The architects wanted to create a new relationship between interior and exterior in a conventional seven-story building.
With air leakage accounting for 40% of energy loss in new homes, this durable, flexible foam solution allows for a smooth, even drywall installation.
At least one third of single family and multifamily builders who were surveyed said that green building is a significant portion of their overall activity.
Combining cutting edge green technology with a walkable location, a car-free or car-light lifestyle is easily attainable.
In addition to its small footprint, the unit’s ultra-quiet operation makes it the perfect solution for smaller properties.
EEBA presentation to detail how thermal envelope contributes to high-performance homes