BIPV products deliver savings in materials and utility costs, reduce a building's carbon footprint, and may add another layer of architectural appeal.
The solar facility proves that integrating large-scale energy efficiency measures can benefit the bottom line while also enhancing the guest experience.
Renewable energy source contracts included fixed prices for the city's long-term future.
The ground floor is home to a one-of-a-kind McDonald’s restaurant that features a rotating menu of favorites from around the globe.
How conductive polymer is changing today's heating technology.
The program focuses on bridging the gap between emergent smart city technologies and building and infrastructure operators seeking innovations to enhance the city's liveability.
The green wall is living artwork that attracts and engages customers as they enjoy their coffee in the café’s upper-level seating area.
Energy from renewable sources -- solar, wind, biofuels etc. -- can be used to offset power from the grid.
Energy demand will be reduced with zonal controls and the ability to dynamically reduce LED fixture output.
The sector faces a cumulative energy bill of $41 billion a year with diverse building types.
There are many reasons to consider radiant heating for your home, but here are some of the best reasons.
The library was designed to be a gathering place for all of the citizens of Austin.
Built entirely of materials containing no toxic chemicals, the tasting room at Cowhorn Vineyard & Garden has superior indoor air quality and a warm, comfortable feel year-round.
Landmark TLV will create an unparalleled work-live-play experience for Tel Aviv's thriving start-up, tech, and entrepreneurial business culture and its major players.
The Campus Crossroads Project was designed to place Notre Dame Stadium at the intersection of research, student life, event and hospitality space.
Each home in the Latitude project was designed to provide a low-maintenance, energy-efficient lifestyle.
The Frick Environmental Center is the first Living Building in the U.S. that is municipally owned and free and open to the public.
The $23-million renovation was sensitive to the historic nature of the 112-year-old building.
The project was designed to create a campus center that builds community with an emphasis on connectivity, transparency, and engagement with Harvard Square.
In 2017, the Downtown Allentown Revitalization District was honored with a Global Award of Excellence by the Urban Land Institute.