Lennar's Colorado Crossing in Austin Makes Solar Standard
The Austin-American Statesman's Asher Price reports on Lennar's Colorado Crossing development near the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, which promises to be the city's first "solar-standard community."
New Thermal Barrier Solves Slab Foundations' Biggest Drawback
The one-of-a-kind system reduces heat loss by providing a complete thermal break...
Ninety Percent of U.S. Homes are Underinsulated
Most homes in the country need additional insulation in order to save energy and...
Solar Panels Are About To Get Way, Way Better
Fast Company's Max Chafkin gives insight on SolarCity's introduction of its new...
California Utilities Look to Charge Higher Rates for Solar Power
The Los Angeles Times' Ivan Penn reports on a proposal from California utilities...
These Incredible Saltwater Batteries Are Designed To Store Renewable Energy
Fast Company's Ben Schiller looks at a new line of saltwater batteries designed to...
This Stackable Solar House Was Built For New York City's Streets
Fast Company's Ben Schiller takes a look at the Solar Decathlon entry from the New...
Look Out for These Green Building Material Labels on Your Products
Building material manufacturer's are working to clean up their act and remove...
Toto Earns First Declare Label for Toilets
The company had to retool some of its parts to meet the rigorous third-party...
Yeloha Brings Uber Mentality to Rooftop Solar
The sharing economy has taken off with companies like Uber and Airbnb, but could it also come to the solar energy market?