Renewable Energy

Clear Winner: Transparent, Solar Power-Generating Windows a Reality

By Jon Anderson / July 10, 2018 / 0 Comments

No, it’s not April Fools’ Day, it’s the future. When you look at the types of renewable power available – hydro, geothermic, wind, etc. – only one has the potential to completely supply the world’s energy needs — solar power. Did you know that harnessing just 0.02 percent of the solar energy that reaches the […]

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Owner And Architect’s Energy-Efficient Love Child at 9317 Midway: The Future Is Now

By Jon Anderson / June 12, 2018 / 0 Comments

I like to walk with a purpose, an endpoint. Sunday was just such a day when, as a real estate writer, a cool open house is a great endpoint.  One option asked me to “imagine living in an Italian villa” (yeah, no). Then I came across the walk-worthy 9317 Midway, which looks very modern (good), […]

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Surprise, Surprise: Texas is One of the Nation’s Largest Producers of Renewable Energy – So Says Local Green Queen

By Candy Evans / July 3, 2012 / 0 Comments

I love this post on Huffington Post by Anna Clark, who also writes for Joel Kotkin, and who I totally need to re-connect with. Anna is the Green Queen of not just Dallas, but Texas. In her op-ed piece for The Huffington Post, she writes that while the Dallas series may portray as as the […]

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