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View Resource GreenHomeGuide

Everything is going "green" these days, and more and more builders and homeowners are actively seeking to incorporate energy efficiency elements into their residences. The U.S. Building Council has sponsored this site to provide expert know-how on how to create green information regarding countertops, bathrooms, landscaping, stone & tile coverings, and flooring. First-time visitors can get a...

View Resource US Green Building Council: LEED

The LEED certification is an internationally recognized green building certification which provides third-party verification that "a building or community was designed and built using strategies aimed at improving performance across all the metrics that matter most." These metrics include energy savings, C02 emissions reduction, and improved indoor environmental quality. On this site provided by...

View Resource Green Building Technologies

This PDF document from the Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC) presents materials for a course on green building technologies. The document includes a course outline, syllabus and many learning modules on topics like landscaping water systems, passive efficiency, plumbing and HVAC, all in the context of building "green." Users must download this resource for viewing,...

View Resource Residential Energy Auditing Certificate Overview and Curriculum, Part 1

The Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC) provides this presentation and model curriculum for high school and community college energy technology instructors. A model curriculum for a residential energy auditing program is provided, including occupational competencies and some sample course outlines. The document may be downloaded in PDF file format. Users must download...

View Resource Building Effective Green Energy Programs in Community Colleges

This PDF document from the Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC) presents materials for administrators building green energy programs at their institutions. Topics include responding to industry demand, developing curricula for low-skilled individuals and developing career pathways to facilitate career advancement. Users must download this resource for viewing, which...

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