Just a quick update on the happenings at Jetson Green. First, you may have noticed that the URL is shorter and easier. I’m using www.jetsongreen.com now, so feel free to update your links (although the […]
The word on the street is that the three wind turbines on Bahrain World Trade Center will starting generating electricity the last week of October. As you can see from the images below, construction of the towers is moving along nicely. The turbines are expected to generate roughly 11-15% of the buildings’ energy needs, or 1100 to 1300 megawatt-hours per year. Architecturally, this building explores new territory by integrating large-scale wind turbines with the structure. I’m sure Atkins Architecture has worked out all the modeling on noise and vibration, so the world is excited to learn from this experience. Enjoy the images below.
Green Labeling, Sourcing Wind Energy, Sustainable Development + Landscape Design Rating System (WIR)
Most Americans and Canadians say "green" labeling just a marketing tactic. Harnessing the Wind to Fuel India’s Growth – as nations examine their carbon output, wind turbines provide one alternative to coal. […]
It’s Friday, why not watch a little video? High quality video content like this is hard to find online, so I thought I would share it. A lot of people think green building […]
Ladies and Gentlemen, it’s that time again: October 6, 2007 – The National Solar Tour. The ASES National Solar Tour is the largest tour of sustainable energy technology for buildings in the […]