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Connecticut’s First Zero-Energy Ready Subdivision is Taking Shape
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Connecticut’s First Zero-Energy Ready Subdivision is Taking Shape

Singer Village combines historic preservation and tradition with cutting-edge... Read more

The Opportunities & Challenges of Zero Net Energy Homes
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The Opportunities & Challenges of Zero Net Energy Homes

The movement toward high-performance building has been gathering momentum—and even... Read more

Zero Net Energy Homes: Selling & Messaging
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Zero Net Energy Homes: Selling & Messaging

Zero Net Energy Homes could be a great source of differentiation for builders, as... Read more

DOE Asks: How Do You Define Net-Zero?
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DOE Asks: How Do You Define Net-Zero?

The U.S. Department of Energy is seeking public input for a definition of net-zero... Read more

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25 Multidirectional Maps of 2013

The top Pulse maps we've shared with you this year fall all over the map (see what we did there?). There's no unifying theme to be found among the maps you liked best, except that we all must care about what's going on in other necks of the woods than our own. Check out 2013's 25 most popular maps: From population growth to waist growth, and even vegetable consumption. Read more

Bases Loaded for Addison Homes
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Bases Loaded for Addison Homes

Builder's smaller, lower-priced community is its first subdivision, as well as the... Read more

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KB Home Unveils New Ultra-Green Model

The home could save buyers nearly $6,000 a year in energy costs. Read more

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Data-Driven Home Aims to Test Which Green Features Work

The fully wired demonstration project compares multiple iterations of systems all under one roof. Read more

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Greener Windows at a Nicer Price

DOE hopes to make energy-efficient windows more economical through volume purchases. Read more

Grupe Becomes First California Builder to Earn DOE Builders Challenge Certification
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