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Sustainability in Paradise 2: Here’s the Plan

July 23, 2013
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Sustainability in Paradise 2: Here’s the Plan

Larry Ellison's vision for a sustainable island of Lana'i, Hawaii, includes solar-powered desalination, hydro power, microgrids, a solar farm, EVs and more.

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Sustainability in Hawaiian Paradise: Is It Possible?

May 28, 2013
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Sustainability in Hawaiian Paradise: Is It Possible?

Is Larry Ellison's plans to turn the Hawaiian island of Lana'i into a sustainable tech lab ... er ... sustainable? Tommy Kissell of Eco High Fidelity takes a peek on a recent trip. Lucky guy.

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How Sustainable Technology Can Repair U.S. Infrastructure

April 2, 2013
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How Sustainable Technology Can Repair U.S. Infrastructure

Every four years the American Society of Civil Engineers provides a Report Card for America’s infrastructure. This year the United States received a D+. It’s a slight improvement from four years ago, but still pathetic. Our infrastructure—the very thing that more than 315 million people in the United States rely on every day—is crumbling....

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If You Employ Remote Monitoring, You’re Greener Than You Think

March 21, 2013
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If You Employ Remote Monitoring, You’re Greener Than You Think

Remote monitoring systems like Panamax/Furman's BlueBolt allow connected electronics to be rebooted remotely and help make systems integrators and their customers more sustainable in a number of ways. Read about remote monitoring's domino effect of sustainability—and why more of it is needed.

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Surf and Sun Power on Maui

March 5, 2013
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Surf and Sun Power on Maui

On the most remote island chain on planet earth, sustainability emerges out of isolation. The island of Maui is 2,400 miles from the nearest landmass on a dormant volcano, and fossil fuels are hard to come by. For years solar power has played a role in subsidizing the energy needs of the Hawaiian Islands....

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Smart Home Building Requires Smart Collaboration

February 5, 2013
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Smart Home Building Requires Smart Collaboration

Building in the 21st century requires holistic building practices—and not just in constructing a sustainable or smart home where the materials and build quality can affect design, heating and cooling, energy needs. All the subsystems should also work in sync. And so should the various trades on a project.

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