Eagle Mountain -
Center for Green Technology and Innovation
Eagle Mountain's dedication to the environment goes a step further than its vast array of alternative energy products with its Center for Green Technology – a training and education facility dedicated to “green” construction techniques and sustainability.
The building itself is an example of what can be built today, using existing technology, to dramatically lower energy costs, use sustainable and reusable building products, and reduce the impact on the environment. The project will also demonstrate how green building can be accomplished at a similar cost when compared to traditional commercial construction.
The 21,000 square foot Center for Green Technology, sitting on the 30-acre site in Bristol, New York, incorporates geothermal heating, cooling and domestic hot water; radiant heat floors, solar panels, special glazing, insulated concrete form (ICF) construction, a rainwater collection system, a rooftop garden, water-less urinals, and other "green" technologies.
Its energy consumption is no more than that used by a conventional 3,500 square foot Energy-Star rated home.
Eagle Mountain is committed to the design and application of products
and methods to reduce energy consumption and create a sustainable future for the
earth while ensuring the comfort and satisfaction of our customers. More
about Eagle Mountain.
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Eagle Mountain - in the news
The Daily Messenger reports on Eagle Mountain's contsruction progress at the
for Green Technology.
Democrat & Chronicle
Rochester D&C highlights alternative energy technology in Eagle
Mountain's new headquarters under construction. More
about the Center for Green Technology.
Would you like to join one of the leaders in innovative alternative energy
design? Work for Eagle Mountain.
Trade shows - we're on the road
Join us at the U.S. Green Building Council's
Greenbuild International Conference and Expo in
Phoenix November 11-13, 2009.