A San Fran Office Harnesses Energy From City Streets

A San Fran Office Harnesses Energy From City Streets

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Mat Sanders
Nov 22, 2011

The new headquarters for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, set to open in 2012, will gather seven percent of its energy through a series of wind turbines affixed to the side of the building. In other news, Garden & Gun announces Made in the South award winners, and take a look at five absurdly expensive dining rooms for a little Thanksgiving inferiority.

Check out the headlines after the jump.

Sherrie Levine: IT'S PAYBACK TIME | Artnet
Garden & Gun announces Made in the South award winners | Editor at Large
Five Absurdly Expensive Dining Rooms Perfect For Turkey Day | Curbed
Windy City: Putting Turbines Inside Buildings | Fast Co Exist

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