Electricity

Efficient homes come from Town Planning & Regulations

2019-04-25T12:59:08-06:00Buildings, Catch Water, Electricity, Heating & Cooling, How To, Permits, Waste Water|

Our homes may be a source of safety, comfort and stability — but they also represent a considerable slice of our country’s carbon emissions (over 20 percent, according to the latest estimate from the

Alternative Building and Construction at UNM-Taos

2019-04-15T08:17:06-06:00Bottle & Can Walls, Buildings, Catch Water, Electricity, Heating & Cooling, How To, Permits, Tire Walls, Waste Water|

UNM-Taos offers Course Credit for new Alternative Building & Construction Class. Including earthship technology, on-site and in-class. June 3 - July 26, 2019. Summer 2019: June 3 - July 26 Tuesdays & Thursdays 12pm

Fixtures for your Sustainable Minded Home.

2019-02-26T15:53:09-06:00Buildings, Catch Water, Electricity, Heating & Cooling, How To, Waste Water|

Being a steward of the environment means evaluating how many resources you and your family consume and consistently looking for ways to reduce your carbon footprint. The good news is that it’s pretty easy to make

San Francisco First U.S. City to Require Solar Panels on New Construction

2018-12-25T06:36:04-06:00Electricity|

San Francisco Passes Law Requiring Solar Panels on New Buildings. San Francisco Board of Supervisors member Scott Wiener released a statement (April 19, 2016) saying that the board has approved a law that will