June 2010: Green Building Special Report

 

Even during the Recession, the alternative-energy market has remained strong, either holding its...

As an autumn sunset faded from the Waukon Municipal Airport in October 2009,...

While the wind and sun grab most of the headlines about renewable power,...

Even in the face of an extremely challenging economy, green building continues...


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| June 2010
Interior secretary Ken Salazar approved the Cape Wind renewable-energy project on federal submerged lands in Nantucket Sound, which has long been the focus of debate in the s

| June 2010
A recent report, “Reenergizing America’s Defense,” released by the Pew Project on National Security, Energy and Climate described how the Department of Defense (DOD) has init

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| June 2010
In April, Joel Spira, inventor and developer of the solid-state electronic dimming device and chairman and founder of Pennsylvania-based Lutron Electronics, donated materials

| June 2010
Every gadget needs a place to hang its virtual hat. As home computing becomes more advanced, so does the need for the infrastructure required to support what we use.

| June 2010
The design process for a new low-voltage system should always begin with the question, “What is my customer trying to accomplish?” Once you answer that question, you can prof

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