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New ‘smart’ metal could mean cool cash for consumers, less CO2

The Maryland team developed the smart alloy at the Keck Laboratory for Combinatorial Nanosynthesis and Multiscale Characterization and is now ready to test a prototype.

University of Maryland team developing new ‘smart’ metal alloy

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Green Magazine September 2010

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SEPTEMBER 2010 Table of Contents SMALL WIND Has its time arrived? – Case studies – New certification on its way – Take Our Poll Video: How Wind Turbines Work Landscapes Give Back Sustainable land development and management from SITES Industry News Profiles New Products Green Genies Events SPONSOR OUR NEXT ISSUE. Contact Susan@brockpub.com for information. Published since […]

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USGBC announces national finalists of the 2010 Natural Talent Design Competition

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USGBC 2010 Natural Talent finalists’ designs

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Zerofootprint unveils winners in 2010 Building Re-Skinning Awards

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Building re-skinning winners show how older buildings can be energy efficient.

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Has small wind’s time come?

Hybrid wind and solar or wind and diesel systems are proving popular.

The U.S. market is prospering, and certification of small wind turbines is beginning Should you install a small wind system for a building or development? In some cases, this alternative energy system is starting to make sense. The U.S. market for small wind energy systems is prospering. According to an American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) […]

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SITES: Landscapes give back

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SITES pilot projects lead to guidelines for sustainable landscapes

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Small wind, big breakthrough

SWCC has started the certification process for small wind turbines.

Small Wind Certification Council has begun certifying small wind turbines.

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Boston Museum of Science mounts nation’s first rooftop Wind Turbine Lab

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Boston Museum of Science tests five different types of roof-installed wind turbines.

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