Voting has now ended.
Congratulations to the winning teams! Thanks to all who helped us shape our coverage. Below are the results of our poll. Buildipedia.com's video crew is heading to D.C. as we speak so check the Solar Decathlon page often for updates from the competition this week. Videos of our three winners will be released within the next few weeks.
Buildipedia Solar Decathlon Poll Winners:
Team New York: The Solar Roof Pod
Intended for existing mid-rise buildings, the solar roof pod enables eco-conscious city dwellers to live lightly by producing solar power, cultivating roof gardens, and retaining and recycling storm water.
Buildipedia Coverage: Team New York's Solar Roof Pod3D Walkthrough Team Website
Team New Jersey - ENJOY!
Team New Jersey’s eNJoy! house challenges traditional building techniques and suggests a new method of approaching high-performance, energy-efficient homes.
Buildipedia Coverage: Team New Jersey’s eNJoy House3D Walkthrough Team Website
SCI-Arc/Caltech - CHIP
CHIP is a real-life application of green design in the modern world created by the Southern California Institute of Architecture and California Institute of Technology. CHIP offers a solution to the challenges of home ownership and energy consumption.
Buildipedia Coverage: SCI-Arc/Caltech - CHIP3D Walkthrough Team Website
Appalachian State University - Solar Homestead
Independence and ingenuity. Appalachian State University's Solar Homestead fuses these values into an ultra-efficient home that integrates renewable resources and innovative technology.
Buildipedia Coverage: Appalachian State University’s Solar Homestead (w/ Video)
Additional Coverage: Appalachian State University’s Team Update (w/ Video)3D Walkthrough Team Website