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New Solar Farm Produces 25% of Cal Poly’s
Energy Needs
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — In January, California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) unveiled a farm that has nothing to do with its agricultural department. Is there an interdepartmental rivalry perchance?
A New Remedy: Introducing Biophilic Design into Hospitals
When the image of a hospital comes to mind, most envision a similar setting: fluorescent lighting, various mechanical noises, white tile floors, eggshell painted walls and the smell of disinfectant.
Advanced Energy Design Guide Shows Schools How to Achieve Net-Zero Energy
ATLANTA — Knowledge is power. And — not to get too literal about it — so is renewable energy.
Thermal Mass 2.0: Reinventing Energy Design for User Experience
WADDELL, Ariz. — Sustainability, as a concept, has become increasingly more sophisticated, extending beyond the built environment into the realm of how a building accommodates and interacts with people.
New Seward County Justice Center Takes Advantage of Sustainable Tech
SEWARD, Neb. — The much-awaited Seward County Justice Center in Seward is now complete, after a three year design and construction schedule — and a great deal of thought in the planning.
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