This year's Innovation Pipeline at West Coast Green was relatively small. In part this may reflect the state of the economy, which has lead to decreased investments in new building technologies. Despite that, there are a few interesting technologies that have been brought to market recently or will hopefully be available soon. Here's a look at several products that may just change the future of this industry.
If you're reading this and you live somewhere in the area of 118 Areys Lane, Orleans, Massachusetts, you should go check out a house that we previously mentioned. You remember the Modern Lake House? The home was designed by Zero Energy Design and built by Cape Associates. With the red and orange exterior, it looks a touch loud, but it's still a stunner. What do you think? ZED will be on site today from 10 am to 4 pm, Saturday, October 3, 2009.
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- Cities can learn from comparing their carbon footprints.
- Cities weigh green features versus expense in new buildings.
- Sacramento opens one of nation's longest green streets.
- Green building: it's not just a trend any more.
- Study pushes net-zero solar homes in Texas.
- San Francisco tilts toward wind power.
- 10 myths about being green at home.
- LEED – the verdict.
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