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How Affordable Housing is Driving Passive House Design

A grassroots effort started by Philadelphia-based design firm Onion Flats to... More

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Getting the Most Out of the Research and Development Tax Credit

The 35-year-old credit is now a permanent part of the tax code, with looser limits... More

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Speak Up and Out

An election year is not the time to quietly sit on the sidelines. More

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Guest Perks

Can motel retrofits offer an investor-friendly model for affordable housing? More

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Harnessing the Wind

Tax credits and utility incentives push residential wind turbines closer to the mainstream. More

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More Architects Are Working From Home to Save Money

If you've considered abandoning your commercial digs for the comfort and low... More

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how to find cash back for building green

NAHB Green Building Conference Coverage: Former builder Pieter VanderWerf told attendees thousands of free dollars are available to builders of eco-friendly homes. More

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fireplace industry eyes energy issues, tax cuts, and design to lift slumping shipments
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going green, affordably

Say green design, and what comes to mind are geothermal heat pumps, tankless hot water heaters, and roofs that plug into the sun. The most recognizable green features are also the priciest, and sustainable design is still viewed as an upgrade that only the well-off can afford. While there's some truth in that perception, the reality is changing as low-income housing developers join the party. More

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