German Innovation for High-Performance Buildings (Part II)

Part II of a two-part series examines how German policies support high-performance innovations.
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German Innovation for High-Performance Buildings (Part 1)

Part I of a two-part series examines how adopting German innovations could benefit various building systems in the U.S.
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Excellence in Design Winner 2013

Powered by the Earth’s Yellow Sun

In a country that suffers from a 25 percent energy deficit, its first net-zero energy commercial building wins an EID Award for its unique energy endeavor.
The SunCarrier Omega Net-Zero Energy Building is India’s first commercial net-zero energy building.
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International Intrigue

Driving Global Climate Negotiations with Green Building Initiatives

From the U.S. to Japan and everywhere between, innovative green building policies redefine sustainability in both public and private sectors.
There is no doubt that green buildings are sweeping the globe as the amount of registered building space now surpasses 1.1 billion square meters.
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The Full Spectrum of Solar Opportunity

For networking, ideas, making deals and discovering opportunities, solar energy professionals head to one event: Solar Power International 2013.
At Solar Power International 2013 (SPI), Oct. 21-24 at McCormick Place, Chicago, participants can plug into the technologies, personal connections and professional insights that give rise to new business and learning opportunities.
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International Intrigue

Flooring Grows Across the World

An annual flooring show puts Asia back on the map as a global leader for flooring.
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AEC/O+M Solutions

Why Green Isn’t Enough

Current thinking sees the natural world as something to be consumed—an attitude that demonstrates no accountability for long-term planetary health.
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International Intrigue

LEED: One Global Standard for a Global Economy

As the barriers to international use of LEED come down, LEED has become the preferred green building standard of the global economy.
As the barriers to international use of LEED come down, LEED has become the preferred green building standard of the global economy.
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Water Shortage to Boost the Membrane-Based Water, Wastewater Treatment Market

Revenues to double by 2020; customized membrane systems likely to be most sought after.

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Survey: Strong Interest in Water Reuse by Chinese

Chinese are more concerned with water quality and water availability for future generations than Americans and Singaporeans.

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Metl-Span panels have contributed to energy-efficient projects including 502 Rigsbee, Ballard Blocks, Haughton Middle School, and Pacific Plaza.


NCI Group's Candy McNamee, LEED Green Associate, explains how dematerialization can greatly affect the building industry over time, how AEC professionals will be challenged to incorporate the practice into their work and what the benefits are.

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