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Jul 1, 2013 12:00 EDT
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Using energy efficiency as an incentive for formalization of illegal buildings in Montenegro
A smart green roof that can couple or decouple its thermal mass with the space to help with cooling in the summer and heating in the winter.
Streetlamps are part of the city’s street furniture. Their Electricity consumption represents a high percentage of a small-size city budget.
0% APR Financing. Green buildings deserve to cost the same amount up front as the least costly alternative.
Hempcrete is a sustainable material which if used extensively could result in our structures using much less energy to build and operate.
Small robots enter a wall cavity, navigate cooperatively, plug leaks, create a vapor barrier, then spray insulation throughout the cavity.
Using energy efficient products and equipment in all new and remodeled homes and businesses.
Recycle newspapers into household insulation using no toxic chemicals, adhesives, or resins
I suggest painting the roofs of buildings white, or use other light reflective colours and or materials.
Unleash leadership energies in each and every housing sub-market, in the right place, at the right time.
Responding to the future, today !
Solar roof shingles are available, but they are not being adopted fast enough to produce substantial reductions in fossil fuel use.
Geo-exchange heat pumps operate at efficiencies of 400% or more in heating and are twice as efficient as the best air conditioners.
What simple modifications can we make to lower usage in utilities and possibly render a few common products and processes unneeded?
Store and Transport Heat in containers from Producers of excess heat to various Customers needing heat, instead of letting it go to waste.
To mitigate climate change, it is necessary to create more efficient buildings, reducing GHG emissions without sustained behavior change.
The DoubleGreen Loan Program enables moderate-income homeowners to make their homes safer, more energy-efficient and affordable.
Smart passive systems reduce HVAC generated GHG emissions by improved performance comparing exterior and interior conditions in real time.
Ash as aggregate for concrete increasing strentgh by 50% and decreasing weight by 50%