Interesting developments that could have an impact on clean energy businesses.

Building Innovation 2015 Offers 32 Continuing Education Units

Architects, engineers, installers, contractors, and building science professionals…Read this article to learn more about free online courses and how you can earn 32 AIA credits this January!

I met Richard Paradis, Director of Whole Building Design Guide, a branch of the National Institute of Building Sciences, during my recent trip to Washington, DC. I’d received an email […]

Give the Gift of Education!

Learn more about our NEW gift certificates below!

We started getting calls this holiday season from smart gift givers…

“Do you sell gift certificates?”

We didn’t, but thanks to the smart, inquisitive gift givers calling us, we do now.

That’s the magic of HeatSpring. Ask us to do something and chances are high we’ll figure out how to make […]

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Win a $10,000 Zero Net Energy Building Award!

Think your house is the best Zero Net Energy building in the Northeast? 
 
You could win $10,000! The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA), a membership organization with a mission to advance the adoption of sustainable energy practices in the Built Environment, is on the search for this year’s $10,000 Zero Net Energy Building Award. They’re looking for the […]

Your Invitation –> NESEA Building Energy Trade Show Discount, Startup Alley, Building Energy Masters Series Meetup

Next week is the Building Energy Conference. I’m going to be there, and there’s going to be a lot of fun things happening. I’ve gone to the NESEA show ever year since I was 16, and my buddy Gilbert from Maine will be driving down. It will be fun to hang out with a bunch […]

By |February 26th, 2014|Categories: Noteworthy News, Solar, Startups and Entrepreneurship, Zero Net Energy Homes||

Interview with Jason Riback, Co-founder of Vulume

I don’t build buildings, but a lot of my colleagues and customers do. So I spend a lot of time at building conferences, reading about buildings, and listening to the most knowledgeable people in the industry teach the skills and concepts for buildng better. When my friend Jason Riback sent me an email about the […]