Green/Sustainable Design Leed Cycle

LEED Ratings For Neighborhood Development

Introduction

Rapid increase in the population of USA leads to exponential land consumption. This growth continues and in fact it is estimated that currently, the population growth rate is three times. The way we build and utilize land will have a profound impact on both the earth and its ecosystem.

Over the past 50 years, segregated land use accessed by motorways led to the massive use of vehicles as a means of transport.…

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Green Sustainable Design

Here Are Some Approaches To Achieve Energy Efficient Homes

Green Sustainable Design For Energy Efficient Homes

Energy-efficient homes combine a state-of-the-art construction, appliances, and lighting that focuses more on alternative energy utilization and saves you money.

If you are planning to build yourself a new energy-efficient house or you need to remodel the existing one, optimizing your house efficiency requires a whole house evaluation.

Some of the whole house approach consideration to achieve maximum energy efficiency involves the following:

Water Heating

Green Sustainable Design Water Heater

A solar heater is a method of using solar energy from the sun to heat water for use in your household.…

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Green/Sustainable Design

Setting Up Solar Power Systems At Your Home

Introduction: Solar Power Generators

Are you living off the grid or having regular power interruptions from your mains utility?

If your answer is yes, then you may want to consider installing solar panels and/or using a backup solar generator in your home. (NOTE: SolarGenerator.guide provides excellent buying guides and reviews of the leading solar generators and solar panel systems available, today.)

Solar power comes with a lot of benefits, in fact, it is the most popular form of renewable energy in use today.…

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