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California Gov. Jerry Brown Releases New State Spending Plan for Housing
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California Gov. Jerry Brown Releases New State Spending Plan for Housing

Plan calls for easier permitting process and funding incentives for local... More

The U.S. Cities with the Strongest Sustainability Programs
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The U.S. Cities with the Strongest Sustainability Programs

Seattle tops the list, followed by Winter Park, Fla., Philadelphia, and Berkeley,... More

Portland Prepares to Require Home Energy Scores on Real Estate Listings
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Portland Prepares to Require Home Energy Scores on Real Estate Listings

Climate advocates are in support, but realtors oppose the “needless complication... More

NGBS Green and Pivotal Energy Solutions Announce Data Sharing Agreement
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NGBS Green and Pivotal Energy Solutions Announce Data Sharing Agreement

The partnership will put NGBS-certified homes into the Axis energy efficiency data... More

Builders Scramble to Meet California’s Net-Zero Timetable
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Builders Scramble to Meet California’s Net-Zero Timetable

Some say new regulations could lower the price of energy-efficiency, while others... More

New Energy Benchmarking Platform Unveiled at Greenbuild
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New Energy Benchmarking Platform Unveiled at Greenbuild

Arc will drive energy efficiency performance through open data. More

Florida is the Sunshine State. Why Is It So Hard to Get Solar There?
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Florida is the Sunshine State. Why Is It So Hard to Get Solar There?

To make solar panels affordable, many rooftop solar users sell excess electricity... More

NGBS Green Certification Recognized by Green Advantage
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NGBS Green Certification Recognized by Green Advantage

Freddie Mac's new multifamily green financing option will favor buildings with... More

LEED Generator
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LEED Generator

A tornado of energy, focus, and contagious spirit, Rick Fedrizzi is honored as the... More

The U.S. Solar Industry Sees A Potential Windfall In A Hillary Clinton Presidency
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The U.S. Solar Industry Sees A Potential Windfall In A Hillary Clinton Presidency

But, in the face of impending climate disaster, is her bold plan bold enough? More

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