Saturday, September 19, 2009

In the News

photo by Karen Wiles Stabile
Check out the Oak Beach project featured in Newsday today in the business section, in an article about retirees who turn to alternative energy as a more efficient way to live. Although James and Bouler Design Group aren't mentioned, ahem, we are happy to have the residence and the client showcased. It's also good press for the Town of Babylon, which was honored earlier in the year by the Long Island chapter of the USGBC for its forward-thinking incentives to use alternative options. But in the end, it's incredibly encouraging to see how people are using a variety of approaches, both big and small, to green their home.

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