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Ann Arbor Rehab, Green Building, Green Business
Ann Arbor Michigan, a hot bed for sustainable home development is at it again with a LEED for Homes registered gut rehab that is on track to be Platinum Certified as well as net zero site energy.
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A Startup That Squeezes Electricity Out of City Water
Finding multiple uses for the same resource is a good thing. It maximizes resources and reduces waste, especially if the resources are difficult to come by or finite. More advanced natural gas power plants, for example, use waste heat from gas turbines to generate steam and produce more electricity on site. Some solar technology also uses waste heat produced by solar cells to heat up water.
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Growing Everything but Gardeners
Backing for new community food gardens comes from the one person who can seemingly create green space out of thin air. That would be Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, whose sustainability initiative, PlaNYC, calls for city agencies to identify vacant parcels that may be reclaimed for urban agriculture.
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Low Waters and High Anxiety
New forecasts suggest that water levels in the two lakes may soon hit an all-time low, aggravating an economic quandary: with such low levels, cargo ships have to forgo millions of dollars of freight.
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Discusses Michigan Energy Options' new LEED-certified status for East Lansing headquarters.

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More Heat, More Light: A Step Toward Better Solar Energy Systems
A Michigan Technological University researcher has made a solar cell that brings more to the rooftop: it’s good at making electricity, and it’s great at capturing heat to warm your home and your water.
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