energy-efficient homes that “Ecohabit,” took second place in architecture and fourth place overall in the Solar Decathlon competition. Stevens students participated in U.S. Department of Energy 2011 Solar Decathlon and took their project beyond the competition to the Washington D
2011 Solar Decathlon Sun-Powered House Competition Kicks Off in Washington DC – Exclusive Photos. by We had the chance to take a first look at this year's ultra-efficient homes and it is designed to challenge every architectural and engineering preconception about zero energy homes.
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New for the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011, George Washington University, and American University (Washington, DC) The University of North Carolina at Charlotte (Charlotte, Teams selected for the Solar Decathlon 2011 competition were: Appalachian State University
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WASHINGTON, DC – Next week, the U.S to transform the National Mall into a solar village. In preparation for a fierce competition that will take place from October 12 – 20 assembling highly energy efficient homes powered entirely by the sun that are likely to help shape
Collaborative brings affordable green home to Deanwood . Sign In. Subscribe. the Washington area has two passive houses — one in Arlington and another in Bethesda — and one under construction in the Pimmit Hills construct and operate energy-efficient, solar-powered homes.