The Best and the Brightest: Great Solar-Powered Houses

By Eliza Strickland | October 13, 2009 3:11 pm

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CATEGORIZED UNDER: Environment, Photo Gallery, Technology
  • Drew

    This is really cool but I’m pretty sure the last one isn’t University of Louisiana, I think you have it mixed up with one of the others.

  • http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/80beats/ Eliza Strickland

    According to the Dept of Energy, that’s the U of Louisiana at Lafayette house!

  • YouRang

    The last one has the same clerestory windows as the house in pic 5(which is Louisiana Lafayette).

  • http://Google Rammohanseshadri

    Sir
    This is excallent to watch and very educative and useful.

  • http://www.beausoleilhome.org Catherine Guidry

    The U.S. Dept of Energy’s 2009 Solar Decathon was such an incredible experience for us. As a graduate student in architecture, I realize the invaluable knowledge we have gained by participating. We are so proud to have gone to this outstanding and prestigious international competition to proudly represent the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Southern Culture, and the State of Louisiana. Bringing home the market viability and people’s choice award really shows that we did our best to meet the needs and desires of the people by designing a home that’s hurricane resistant and culturally-relevant.

  • http://hubpages.com/hub/Casio-GW9200-Solar-Atomic-Watch-Review Jack

    Well, I imagine that clears up a couple of challenges for me personally. How about everyone else?

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