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Department of Energy Solar Decathlon is an award-winning program that challenges collegiate teams to design, build, and operate solar-powered houses that are cost-effective, energy-efficient, and attractive.

7.2.114 - Solar Decathlon 2015: Solar Vie – Solar Life in Versailles - "La Cité du Soleil, can be found between now and July 14 in the parc du château de Versailles. While the solar city became a reality over a short 10-day period, it was actually a project two years in the making. The project is the Solar Decathlon Europe, which evolved from the original U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon."

Solar Decathlon Solar Vie – Solar Life in Versailles

Solar Decathlon 2013 Team Alberta Visitors

Solar Decathlon 2013 visitors tour the Team Alberta house, built by students from the University of Calgary, on October 2013 at Orange County Great Park in Irvine, Calif. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon)

Solar Home

Solar Home

Melting Ice Cools Team ASUNM's Desert-Adapted SHADE House at the Solar Decathlon | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architectu...

Melting Ice Cools Team ASUNM's Desert-Adapted SHADE House at the Solar Decathlon

8 gorgeous eco-friendly homes designed for the desert Bluesky and Architecture Prefab Energy-Efficient Home – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

The Middlebury College team chose to design their house for its final placement in the team’s hometown of Middlebury, Vermont. The result: The team created a Solar Path -- a walkway under the free-standing solar panels to the front of the house. | Photo courtesy of Middlebury College.

The Middlebury College team chose to design their house for its final placement in the team’s hometown of Middlebury, Vermont. The result: The team created a Solar Path -- a walkway under the free-standing solar panels to the front of the house.

The Solar Decathlon turns ten.    Photo courtesy of Stefano Paltera, U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon.

The Solar Decathlon turns ten. Photo courtesy of Stefano Paltera, U. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon.

Solar Decathlon 2013: SCI-Arc & Caltech Create California-style, Zero Net Energy Bungalow

Solar Decathlon 2013: SCI-Arc & Caltech Create California-style, Zero Net Energy Bungalow

Image 1 of 13 from gallery of Solar Decathlon SCI-Arc & Caltech Create California-style, Zero Net Energy Bungalow. Photograph by Paolo Tadoc / SCI-Arc

Solar Decathlon 2017 Teams Announced By Department Of Energy

Solar Decathlon 2017 Teams Announced By Department Of Energy

Solar Decathlon 2013: Meet the Teams | Department of Energy | ASUNM #SD2013

We're going behind the scenes to show you what it takes to compete in the Solar Decathlon. First up, meet the teams and learn about their unique take on building solar-powered houses.

(E)co solar house design.

Spain Shines at Solar Decathlon 2012

love the siding

Solar Decathlon 2011: New Zealand

Solar Decathlon New Zealand

The Rhone-Alpes team won the Architecture and Operations Competitions of the Solar Decathlon Europe with this Canopea house design!

The Rhone-Alpes team won the Architecture and Operations Competitions of the Solar Decathlon Europe with this Canopea house design!

Texas Students' ADAPT Home Design Puts Abundant Desert Sunlight To Good Use. #SolarPower

Texas Students' ADAPT Home Design Puts Abundant Desert Sunlight To Good Use

An animated walkthrough of the Team Texas Solar Decathlon home -- the University of Texas at El Paso and El Paso Community College

Solar Decathlon 2011 - 19 Zero Energy Homes - Part 4/4

Solar Decathlon 2011 - 19 Zero Energy Homes - Part 4/4

New Zealand: Victoria University of Wellington – First Light; solar decathlon house 2011 Went through this with Mark on one of my trips home

With a spectacular view of the New York City skyline, students from the Stevens Institute of Technology spent more than three months on the Hoboken Waterfront building their house, Ecohabit, and they considered it a learning process for everyone. #SD2013

With a spectacular view of the New York City skyline, students from the Stevens Institute of Technology spent more than three months on the Hoboken Waterfront building their house, Ecohabit, and they considered it a learning process for everyone.

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