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A look at the techniques used to add skylights and thermal solar collectors to a foam-core roof.
A roundup of tools and materials found on the floor at JLC Live in Providence, R.I .
Lighting designer Chad Groshart brings light and power to remote villages in Nepal
Incorporating solar panels at housing tax credit properties offers many valuable benefits
Anti-sweat valve for toilets; cold-weather spray foam; solar-powered dimmer for tubular skylights; standard-width high-performance range; faux slate roofing; more
Developers could learn a lot from communities like Franklin Hill in Dorchester, Mass. Local affordable housing developer Trinity Financial and the Boston Housing Authority are planning to install an array of solar panels with a cost of more than $1 million on Franklin Hill's 152-unit second phase...
From very simple residential steplight systems to serious major lighting installations, there are a number of products designed for grid-free installations.
Paul Bias, a green builder in Arcata, Calif., frequently works on sites where it’s difficult to get temporary power. Rather than use a generator — which is loud and dirty and easy to steal — he powers his tools with energy from the sun.
This schematic shows how to wire the trailer-mounted photovoltaic power system described in July’s Backfill article.
LAFAYETTE, COLO. Nothing says “green building” like $1 million in solar panels. It’s impossible to miss the panels at Eagle Place Townhomes.
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