From water-stingy toilets and electricity sparing appliances, to flooring and siding made from sustainable materials, the housing industry this week rolled out many new, “green” products it hopes will lure homebuyers back into the market.
Apparently, the folks up in Storey County never received the memo ordering them to worship at the altar of alternative energy — or else.
For years, utility industry executives and regulators have longed to have one transmission line that directly connected Nevada Power Co. of Las Vegas with Sierra Pacific Power Co. of Reno.
Villa Trieste by Pulte Homes has opened its “green” homes in Summerlin.
With the eyes of a nation on the auto industry, the North American International Auto Show (Jan. 17-25) in Detroit is an indicator of what’s to come.
I love winters in Southern Nevada! In fact, just about anytime from October to June is fine by me, but deep winter is special. I suppose it’s a stretch to call our relatively mild and brief period of cool weather “deep winter” but hey, it’s all we’ve got.
Buzzwords are the “in” thing these days, especially if you’re hanging out at the 2009 International Consumer Electronics show. That’s CES for those in the industry, and probably the buzziest of words if you have a product and you’re looking for coverage and exposure.
DENVER — Tax credits passed just three months ago to increase investment in renewable energy have lost much of their effectiveness amid a global economic downturn and should be reworked in Congress, industry officials said Friday.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is a two-part series reviewing proposed bills before the 2009 Legislation that will affect Nevada homeowners associations.