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green-lifestyle iconThe Energy-Water Nexus: Renewables May be the Answer to Widespread Drought
by Mike Mahler on 06/29/2015

  By Jenna Bieller {This is the first blog in a series on the intersection and interdependence of energy and water} As global warming heats up, water scarcity is the latest hot topic in... [more]

industry-news iconHow Tesla is Partnering with Jackson Family Wines to Disrupt the Energy Market
by Mike Mahler on 06/23/2015

By Jenna Bieller The world was rocked earlier this spring with Tesla’s announcement that it would begin marketing a stationary energy storage solution to both residential and corporate... [more]

green-building iconTwo Ways to Implement LEED Green Power
by Matt Kiszka on 04/24/2009

Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) and LEED Green Building

There are only two ways that renewable energy can be utilized by a LEED project – either through on-site or off-site generation. On-site generation can come in the form of wind... [more]

green-building iconGreen Power Voluntary vs. Compliance Markets
by Matt Kiszka on 03/11/2009

Voluntary vs. compliance purchases of green power

Companies might purchase energy from renewable sources for a number of reasons – government mandates, a corporate sustainability goal, to achieve points toward LEED... [more]

green-building iconAdditional ID Credit for LEED Green Power
by Matt Kiszka on 03/30/2009

LEED Green Power can be doubled for an extra ID Credit

Did you know that under the LEED Green Power Credit EAc6, you can achieve an additional Innovation in Design (ID) Point for exemplary performance by doubling your efforts... [more]

green-building iconLEED Green Power for Green Circle Center
by Matt Kiszka on 04/09/2009

Green Circle Shopping Center is offset with green power

One exciting project that is currently pursuing LEED-CS at the Platinum level is the Green Circle Shopping Center. According to the website set up for the project, it... [more]

green-building iconLEED Green Power for Comcast Center
by Matt Kiszka on 04/01/2009

Comcast Center in Philadelphia set to be tallest LEED-certified building in U.S.

Developed by Liberty Property Trust and designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, the Comcast Center at 1 Pennsylvania Place, Philadelphia, is set to be the tallest... [more]

green-building iconLEED Green Power Credit for Less
by Matt Kiszka on 04/13/2009

Buying green power in bulk is cheaper

The Green Power Credit is available for less - if you are a LEED AP, project developer, or you are involved in the decision making on a number of different LEED... [more]

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