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Infographic: Water conservation in the home
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Infographic: Water conservation in the home

From our colleagues at Ireland-based Nature's Water Ltd., this infographic on water conservation in the home offers an outpouring of information on this all-important natural resource. Scroll down into the details on the following broad-brush water topics, inc...
Sights and sounds: 2017 National Drive Electric Week in Austin
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Sights and sounds: 2017 National Drive Electric Week in Austin

Organized by Plug In America, the Sierra Club, and the Electric Auto Association, the 2017 edition of National Drive Electric Week (NDEW) was a rolling, week-long, multi-national series of 288 or more locally-organized events aimed at promoting electric vehicl...
Austin Energy lights up E Source Forum with Electric Drive award
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Austin Energy lights up E Source Forum with Electric Drive award

On the heels of their March 2017 Electric Drive event, utility provider Austin Energy lit up the 2017 E Source Forum by winning the Best Event/Experiential Marketing award at the annual conference—an energy-saving mecca of sorts for electric or natural gas uti...
Tesla tile trials: Solar roof pilots begin
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Tesla tile trials: Solar roof pilots begin

Lost beneath the Model 3 electric vehicle messaging in Tesla's Second Quarter 2017 Update newsletter to its investor community last week, the company quietly announced its solar roof product had progressed to the real-world testing stage on a number of homes. ...
TreeHouse opens its emerald aisles to Dallas
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TreeHouse opens its emerald aisles to Dallas

The antithesis of the typical big-box home improvement store, green retailer TreeHouse officially opened its doors in metropolitan Dallas on June 2, in a groundbreaking new building designed out of the gate to produce more energy than it consumes. But achievin...
Austin green gems: 2017 Cool House Tour venue preview
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Austin green gems: 2017 Cool House Tour venue preview

The month of June in the city of Austin, Texas, can be blistering hot, as the sometimes-moderate temperatures of spring yield to an often-oppressive summer climate where the thermometer can climb toward or inch beyond the century mark. And it is no coincidence...