It’s exciting to see the transformation taking place in the home-building market. Perhaps the best example is the new Villa Trieste development by Pulte Homes. Located in Summerlin, this community of 185 homes is leading the way when it comes to responsible building in Southern Nevada.
After more than 100 years, it appears that the internal-combustion engine is about to lose its fire.
The dream of the most optimistic solar power advocates soon will be reality, analysts said Thursday.
Maybe it’s the price point. Perhaps it’s the environmentally friendly construction. Or it might just be the new floor plans. For whatever reason, Villa Trieste, a new-home neighborhood that Pulte Homes opened Jan. 10 in Summerlin, posted the same number of sales in its first two weeks as most new-home communities can expect to sign in a month.
WASHINGTON — Following up on a conference in Las Vegas last August, experts at a clean energy summit planned for later this month will strategize the next steps to building a green economy, it was announced Monday.
The Insight is back with more power, a more practical design and a new mission as the most-affordable gasoline-electric hybrid on the block.
To revitalize the economy and protect the environment, Americans need to save energy, cut dependence on foreign oil and reduce use of fossil fuels, many officials urge.