Solar manufacturers are constantly facing hurdles in order to provide more affordable photovoltaic (PV) options. As pressure builds on both manufactures to create cheaper options and on facilities and buildings to embrace renewable energy, new advances continue to present opportunities.
The Department of Energy has announced a $9 million investment in building envelope technology. Areas of focus include high-performance windows, roofs, and heating and cooling equipment.
As we ramp up for one of the biggest events of the year, we take a look back on where we've been and where we're heading.
A new independent nationwide survey reveals 3 out of 4 Americans are supportive of green schools.
Jump over the obstacle of initial cost and fund your money-saving project.
Is your heating equipment ready to roll when cold weather settles in?
Does your roof meet code and insurance requirements?
The Colorado study marks one of the first times that the operational and capacity value of CSP with thermal storage has been evaluated using a production cost model, a traditional utility planning tool.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat convened its Height
Committee to rule on the official height of One World Trade Center
in New York.
The recycling rate in the U.S. has increased by only 6% over the past
decade, according to a new study conducted by researchers at Boston
University and University of Alberta.