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Partnership Brings Affordable Solar Power to Multifamily Housing

Upgrading or replacing inefficient or deteriorated building systems to optimize their performance is a critical first step.

Energy Efficient Homes Could Save Lives

Reducing air pollution from burning energy to heat homes could save thousands of lives in the United States alone. While vehicle traffic is the largest source of air pollution in cities, the second largest comes from heating our homes. Residential...

NASA Developing Air Filters That Change Color When Dirty

Poor indoor air quality is widely associated with significant negative health impacts, but it's hard to know if an air filter is actually working.

New Solar Panels Blend Efficiency and Style

New photovoltaic modules from Panasonic were aesthetically remodeled to blend in seamlessly with most rooftops which delivering the highest conversion efficiency among black panels available in the market. Panasonic Eco Solutions North America introduced three new photovoltaic module HIT: the...

Tips for Choosing Energy-Efficient Windows

Homeowners can match the windows they place in their home to their local climate.

Sustainable Wallboard Designed to Meet 2030 Challenge (Infographic)

Lightweight, sustainably produced wallboard was designed to help the building industry meet the challenges of a lower carbon footprint.

Save Water During Fix A Leak Week

Ten percent of homes have undetected leaks that waste 90 gallons of water or more per household each day.

Busting Tankless Water Heater Myths

Although tankless water heaters have been around for quite some time, they have gained popularity among homeowners only recently. Still, the increase in residential use didn't take away some of the deeply-seated misconceptions surrounding this innovative technology. From an eco-friendly point of view, tankless is the way to go.

Environmental Impact: How Our Waste Water Impacts The Earth Around Us

Most people don't think much about what happens to their water once it goes down the drain. Wastewater from residential and industrial sources is a serious issue for communities and the environment.

Fresh Thinking about Summer Cooling

While winter weather wracks some areas of the U.S., other regions are dealing with record high temperatures, so there's no better time to think about saving money while cooling your home. Tom Colasanto, CEO of Tamarack Technologies, offers some insights...

Amazon Alexa Controls Smart Locks

The integration between Kwikset and Amazon Alexa devices offers homeowners even more convenience.

Florida GBC Adds Water Star Certification

Increasing demand on the state's water resources necessitated that sustainable building be a cornerstone of Florida's future.

Building Green Habits: 5 Tips For Teaching Your Kids To Save Energy At Home

Making a more energy efficient home takes the help of everyone.

Faux Timber Beams Don't Need Onsite Finishing

Faux wood beams and trim materials made from a polyurethane and factory finished can save the mess and environmental issues of wood finished on the building site.

Tiny House Design Adds Dynamic Glass

Barnbox takes small living to another level with this compact space.

Home Solar Options Expanding in Florida

Florida has among the highest electricity consumption in the country, with annual household electricity consumption approximately 30 percent higher than the U.S. average.

Tankless Water Heater Market Expected to Grow 5.3% By 2024

The condensing technology segment is anticipated to register the fastest growth.

Infographic: Landscaping for energy savings

Winter is waning, and spring is about to, well, spring. As flowers begin to bloom and trees sprout new leaves, evidence of the changing season is popping up across most of the country. For a large majority of home and building owners, that means it’s time to start thinking about landscaping projects, according to the U.S.

What Size Central Air Conditioner Do I Need ?

People looking to invest in an energy efficient system might be wondering what size air conditioner unit they need.

New Meter Technology Saves Consumers Energy & Money

Consumers Energy's new program focuses on reducing energy use at certain times and on certain days when the demand for energy is exceptionally high.

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