Energy-Efficient Wood Stoves by Morsø

Whether you’re looking to replace a drafty fireplace or utilize zone heating during the cold winter, perhaps an energy-efficient stove from Morsø should be considered and researched for your application.  The company offers several models — small, large, traditional, or contemporary — that are built in a low-impact manner with recycled materials.


By |December 13th, 2010|Categories: Energy Efficiency, Green Tech|Tags: , |0 Comments

LSG Unveils $30 60-Watt Equivalent LED

Today Lighting Science Group announced that it has become the first U.S. company to domestically manufacture one million LED bulbs in less than a year.  With the announcement, LSG also unveiled a new omnidirectional A19 LED bulb as the one-millionth bulb.  The 60-watt replacement is 75% more efficient than an incandescent bulb and dimmable, mercury-free, and relatively affordable.


By |December 13th, 2010|Categories: Energy Efficiency, Green Tech|Tags: , |7 Comments

Greenbuilder Rankings, EV Economics, Adaptation Sector, + Greener Cement

By |December 11th, 2010|Categories: Week in Review|0 Comments

The Ultimate Green Gift Guide 2010

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Home Office in a Tiny Green YardPod

The shedworking movement is growing with folks nixing the daily commute by carving out a little extra space at home.  One way to do this is with a YardPod, which is fabricated in a solar-powered factory in Rohnert Park, California.  YardPods are framed in light-gauge, recycled-content steel, insulated with recycled-content, natural cotton fiber, and covered with a cool roof.  Flooring can be either bamboo or cork.  A 10’x12′ DIY model starts at $2,100, while a complete kit starts at $11,000, not including tax or delivery.


By |December 10th, 2010|Categories: Modern architecture, Prefab|Tags: , |0 Comments

Tracking the Sun with the Wattsun

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