As green building practices become more commonplace in the global construction industry, the goal of designing zero energy buildings, or buildings that con (Revenue From Net Zero Energy Buildings to Reach $1.3 Trillion by 2035
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Buildings that consume no outside energy are being developed today -- with existing technology. So much innovative work has been done in green building that a growing number of people are now shifting their focus from means to ends. Their goal: Create buildings that generate as much energy as they need to operate, called net-zero energy buildings (NZEB). Efforts to achieve NZEB are underway in all sectors -- government, academia, the military, not-for-profits and business -- and at all scales: residential, community and commercial. While it is still early days, the results have been impressive. http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article.cfm?articleid=3247
The Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE), a membership organisation dedicated to improving the energy performance of buildings across Europe, has produced a new fact sheet on definitions of 'nearly zero energy buildings' (nZEB) across Europe.
We are periodically asked how much different policies have saved and which policies have had the largest impact. In our recent report on energy efficiency progress over the past 35 years, we reviewed many current energy savings estimates and projections.
A study by Rocky Mountain Institute, Fisher Nickel Inc. and New Buildings Institute seeks to help McDonald’s Corporation understand whether it would be feasible to develop a net zero energy quick service restaurant.
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