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View Resource Straw Bale Odyssey

Jon and June Haeme built an RE-powered straw bale home in Illinois, and they caught the whole process on film. This photo documentary is worth thousands of words. Become an online member to view...

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=HP81_pg30_Haeme
View Resource Energy Self-Sufficiency in SW Colorado: What If Every House Was Like This?

Tod and Marti LeFevre didn?t want a half-baked home ? they wanted to do it right the first time. PV, solar space heat, rainwater catchment, solar hot water, composting toilets, energy efficiency, nat...

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=HP85_pg22_Lefevre
View Resource One System Leads to Another

The Mestels expand their solar family by installing a grid-intertied solar-electric system on their rented suburban home. Become an online member to view article.

http://homepower.com/article/?file=HP100_pg46_Mestel
View Resource Home Sweet Solar Home: A Passive Solar Design Primer

Plug in these passive solar principles for a beautiful, energy efficient home. Ken Olson and Joe Schwartz tell you how to design a house that will keep you warm, save you money, and impress your...

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=HP90_pg86_Olson
View Resource BuildingGreen.com Homepage

Subscription information for publications related to green building, including Environmental Building News - a monthly newsletter that is independently published and advertising-free; The GreenSpec...

http://www.BuildingGreen.com
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