Energy Efficient Homes

Green Jobs in Solar Energy, Energy-Efficiency Fields Rise

More than 500,000 low-income houses across the United States have become more energy-efficient and more than 114,000 Americans have found green jobs as a result of the nation’s push to become more green and independent of foreign oil, the U.S. Department of Energy announced this week. Hundreds of thousands of households are improving their environmental footprints through the American Recovery ...

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ENERGY STAR Legislation To Create Roughly 17,800 Green Jobs

ENERGY STAR, Green Building, Green Technology

According to ENERGY STAR, the international standard for energy efficient consumer products, many commercial buildings in the District of Columbia and New York City will need to meet ENERGY STAR performance reporting deadlines by this summer. As established by new green building legislation in the District of Columbia and New York City, the law requires the use of the Environmental ...

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University of Texas To Research Clean Technology Synthetic Fuel

Clean Technology, Synthetic Fuel, UMED

UMED Holdings, Inc., a Forth Worth, Texas-based digital media, entertainment, precious metals exploration and energy company, announced yesterday a licensing agreement with The University of Texas at Arlington and 1stResource Group, Inc. (1RG) of Fort Worth for a new and efficient clean technology process for converting natural gas to clean synthetic fuels called natural Gas-to-Liquid (GTL). The Agreement calls for ...

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