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Making the Green-Building Dean’s List

Developers in different parts of the country have designed and built houses that meet new national-certification standards for green, energy-efficient building. This article focuses on one such house in Maine, another in Idaho, and a third in Washington state—but none of these houses has sold yet. Why? Author Sean Groom takes us inside the LEED for Homes program, its requirements, its goals, and its grades, in an attempt to understand the promise of LEED-H and what prospective homebuyers might be thinking.

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