When Above Average Is Not Good Enough
Let’s imagine two neighboring families on a residential block—the Joneses and the Smiths. Their homes are of comparable size and age, and both are families of four, living typical middle-class lifestyles. ...
In 2005, Congress passed, and the president signed into law, the 2005 Energy Policy Act (EPAct). One provision of this act is a $2,000 per home business tax credit for builders who ... [continue reading]
An innovative program in Austin, Texas, uses common sense ideas to build affordable green houses while providing job skills for disadvantaged youth. [continue reading]
A study explored how effective interior insulation systems are at keeping basements dry as well as warm. [continue reading]
The EarthCraft House Renovation program gives existing homes the green treatment. [continue reading]
Efficiency Vermont not only focuses on building relationships with the state's households and businesses, but also with the tradespeople, professionals, and suppliers who provide the state with energy-efficient goods and services. [continue reading]
Most of us are aware that marketing greatly impacts the way consumers make decisions and ultimately make purchases or investments. ...
Hawaii is notorious for leading the nation in aloha spirit—and solar power. Up to 53% of Hawaii’s ...