All posts tagged renewable energy

South Florida Makes Solar Power Energy History

On July 18, a new law was enacted making South Miami the only municipality between The Golden State of California and The Sunshine State mandating that solar power be installed in newly built homes or those subject to major renovation. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

‘Green Bonds’ For A Parking Garage?

Some say “greenwashing,” the financing of projects whose environmental impacts are at best unclear, could discredit the green bonds market and make buyers wary. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Newly Launched Ballot Petition Demands Broader Solar-Energy Options

The petition supports removing barriers in order to expand the choices for Floridians who want to power their homes and businesses with clean, renewable solar power. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Top 8 Predictions For Green CRE In 2015

Several green building trends emerged over the past 12 months that will impact commercial real estate in the U.S. in 2015. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE

Demand Response Keeps Energy Use Low At Chicago High-Rise

Maximizing the benefits of an energy-saving tool for electricity usage is the focus of a 50-story office building in downtown Chicago. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Future Takes Root In Abandoned Buildings, Warehouses, Empty Lots & High Rises

In a 90,000-square-foot warehouse not far from Chicago’s Midway Airport, the future of urban farming has taken root. Welcome to the world of vertical farming. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE