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Green technologies for America’s largest net zero-energy school

What makes Lady Bird Johnson Middle School unique? Lady Bird Johnson Middle School in Irving, TX is the largest net zero public school in the country, and the first net zero public school in Texas. 
As a net zero building, [...]
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Tangible Benefits of Geothermal

Guest Blog by Jay Egg  Geothermal Heating and Cooling has been around for decades. Solar PV and high-efficiency air source systems seem to be popping up all over. Is the geothermal HVAC market slipping submissively into slumber? Well, I’ll tell [...]
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The Bullitt Center: Achieving Net-Zero Energy Use

In the Bullitt Center office building in Seattle,Washington,which opened on EarthDay, April22, 2013 and is owned by the environmentally conscious Bullitt Foundation, net zero energy and water initiatives have been combined with the Living Building Challenge, a rigorous verification process [...]
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Bosch Geo Protects Art in 150 Year Old Farmstead

Cockayne Farmstead, Glen Dale, West Virginia. Geothermal Heat Pump With Humidification. Cockayne Farmstead (pronounced “Cah-cane”), originally named Glen Dale Farm, is located in Glen Dale, West Virginia’s Northern Panhandle, just over an hour’s drive from downtown Pittsburgh. It was originally [...]
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Geothermal Makes Celestia Kitchen of the Future Even More Efficient

Guest Blog by Jay Egg, originally published on Green Builder Media  IN THE HOME OF THE FUTURE, appliances will be linked like hardware on a computer. Just like a new wireless keyboard, printer or touch screen monitor, you need only [...]
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