The green homes market is expected to increase in value five-fold by 2016, as this would represent a rise on the already significant $17 billion industry that exists today.
Eric Thomas and Alexandra Salmon have recently moved into a new residence in Seattle, Washington.
The new St. Isidore Roman Catholic Chuch in Kanata, Ontario, was recently completed, following a construction phase that lasted for more than seven years.
The Energy House of Delaware Technical College has been awarded with a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum award from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Hale's Ales, a Seattle, Washington-based brewery, has recently completed the renovation of its production facility, which now includes green and sustainable technology to help limit the carbon footprint for the entire operation.
President Barack Obama and former President Clinton have revealed a new plan to invest $4 billion in improving the energy efficiency of buildings across the United States.
A new multi-purpose science center in Calgary, Alberta, has been built in accordance to green and sustainable building practices, as the structure remains hopeful to receive Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification.
Long-term energy management planning is allowing U.S. Army bases around the world to achieve significant levels of energy efficiency, as these facilities utilize everything from solar panels to radiant heating systems.
New houses on both sides of the Canadian-U.S. border are being built with the latest technology, including radiant heating and LED lighting, in order to provide an efficient and practical way to limit energy costs and electricity consumption.
The installation of green features into a residence in something that attracts buyers, as technology like radiant heating and LED lighting have increased the value of these homes and led to more interest from buyers.