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Educational Opportunities to Take Your Green Job to the Next Level

The Northwest leads the nation in green building, a sector of the economy that is an important engine of growth.


Hi-Temperature Microwave Furnace Reduces Energy Use Up to 80%

Asian industry is leading the development and switch to high-temperature microwave sintering, replacing inefficient gas and electric furnaces with this newer green technology.


Green Workplace for the Holidays

Genesys Conferencing, a global multi-media collaboration service leader, has released the results of a recent survey of more than 15,000 users among its Global 1000 customers, to gain insight into how companies are creating Green programmes to address special opportunities around the holiday vacation season.


Green Building Studio Releases V3.0 with Carbon Neutral Design

Green Building Studio, Inc, today announced the release and general availability of Green Building Studio V3_0.


EnOcean's Self-powered Wireless Technology Enables Intelligent Green Buildings

EnOcean will demonstrate its innovative self-powered wireless sensor technology for intelligent green buildings on Stand C22 at M&E 2007, The Building Services Event, taking place 10-11 October, Olympia, London.


UW-Madison Design Team Plans Lower-Cost, Energy-Efficient Housing

In construction, affordable and green are often contradictory terms.


Customers can Evaluate the Cost Impact of Using "Green" Methods and Materials

Today, Beck Technology, LLC and FutureStone Partners Ltd announced the first "green" assembly available in DProfiler with RSMeans - a Macro Building Information Modeler.


Smartcool's Energy Savings Technology Expands its Global Presence with Mexican Installations

Smartcool Systems Inc, is pleased to announce that Smartcool International Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary, has received an order for its ESM Technology from Grupo PC, the company's Mexican distributor.



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