LEED gold for old

Nickel helps historic buildings achieve LEED status

Catherine Houska - October 01, 2013

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New construction to the highest possible sustainability standards is one of the world’s most important megatrends and the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating system has become an important global metric.

Currently, however, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), developer of the original LEED, has introduced LEED-Existing Buildings (LEED-EB) so that older buildings can also aspire to LEED certification.

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Volume 32-2: Nickel on the move

From bicycles to rockets

August 09, 2017

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Feature Story:
It is actually rocket science
Given successful test experiences to date, it is abundantly clear that 3D printing and nickel-containing alloys will be critical to the future of U.S. space travel for decades to come.