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Shine On: Is NYC Emerging As A Solar Hub?

Alternative Energy, Architecture, Buildings, Design, Energy Efficiency, Green Building, Green Construction, Green Energy, Green Houses, Manhattan, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, New Jersey, New York City, Rating Systems, Residential, The Bronx

Brooklyn’s Got Gas: Inside Greenpoint’s Planned Fart-To-Fuel Methane Plant

Alternative Energy, Brooklyn, Commercial, Green Building, Green Energy, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, New York City

Where Have All The Flowers Gone: Why Have Green Roofs Not Caught On In New York City?

Commercial, Design, Energy Efficiency, Green Building, Green Construction, Green Roofs, Most Recent, New York City, Residential

What’s In A (LEED Platinum) House, or Notes On The “Little Green Revolution” In The Hamptons

Alternative Energy, Design, Green Building, Green Construction, Green Houses, Green Real Estate, LEED, Long Island, Most Recent, Rating Systems, Residential
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Getting Schooled: New York’s Schools Are Green, and Getting Greener

Buildings, Design, Energy Efficiency, Green Building, Green Construction, Green Roofs, Green Schools, Higher Education, LEED, Most Recent, New York City, Rating Systems
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The Big (And Fast!) Payback: Observer on The Sped-Up Timeline for Green Savings

Commercial, Connecticut, Design, Energy Efficiency, Green Building, Green Construction, Green Real Estate, LEED, Most Recent, New York City, Rating Systems, Residential

It Takes A Village? Checking In On Slate’s Collective-Intelligence Home Efficiency Experiment

Connecticut, Green Building, Green Houses, Residential