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2019-02-18

The Next Wave of Green Trends and Technologies

You are the green businessman. You’re in solar stocks, net zero options.  You’ve got a zero net energy home. You’ve got a zero net energy car. You are on top of the green world. Now, be on top of the


2019-01-09

Port of Long Beach Still One of the “Best Green Seaports” in the World

The Port of Long Beach is one of the world’s premier seaports, a primary gateway for trans-Pacific trade and a trailblazer in innovative goods movement, safety and environmental stewardship. The Port is served by 140 shipping lines with connections to


2018-09-21

Green Technologies Alone Can’t Solve Our Land-Use Problem

With all the promising news and signs in our neighborhoods of net zero homes, it’s easy to think that with a few more green technologies that we can simply build and renovate our way out of environmental concerns. But along


2018-08-25

More Geothermal Power Coming to Southern California—If There’s Enough Water

It may seem like solar power gets all the headlines nowadays, especially for single-family detached homes. It’s become relatively rare for geothermal heating and cooling systems to be installed on this type of small scale. Yet, California has been a


2018-07-20

Updating Your Window Technology

Window performance can be complicated. As a resident of southern California, you want a frame and pane that both conserves energy, keeps the house cool, and resists flame in case of a wildfire emergency. Finding the perfect, energy-efficient window is


2018-06-28

Smart Roofing is Important in Southern California

Southern California is hot, and the record-breaking drought has only added strain to residents trying to keep cool. If you are building a new house or completing a sustainable renovation of your current home, carefully consider your roofing options. You


2018-06-03

Consider Solar Energy—It’s Perfect for Southern California

Solar energy is becoming an increasingly popular source of energy for residents around California. Factors such as high insolation, community support, declining solar cost, and the state’s Renewable Portfolio Standard, which requires that 33% of California’s electricity come from renewable


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