Making Multi Tenant Net Zero Work in Colorado

Published by Urban Land: A 100,000-square-foot (9,300 sq m) project in an emerging transit district in Boulder, Colorado, is making the business case for net-zero-energy (NZE) multi tenant leased office buildings. The case includes lower operating costs, higher profits, reduced...

GreenBiz 350 Podcast, Episode 119

Published in GreenBiz: According to a new report by the industry association New Buildings Institute (NBI), there are nearly 500 verified and emerging zero-energy (ZE) buildings across the United States and Canada — a massive 700 percent increase since the...

Huge Growth in Net-Zero Energy Buildings

Published by FacilitiesNet: For many in the buildings industry, net-zero energy still represents more a pie-in-the-sky idea than a tangible reality. But, though they still represent a very small percentage of buildings, growing evidence suggests that they’re becoming more and...

Zero-Energy Buildings See Big Boost

Published by Construction Dive: Sixty-seven commercial buildings were verified as net energy in the U.S. and Canada in 2017, with another 415 in construction or in the evaluation process, according to a New Buildings Institute study titled “2018 Getting to...

Webinar: Getting to Zero Energy

Published in Green Architecture & Building Report: In case you missed New Building Institute’s webinar on Nothing Beats Zero – Updates on the Trends and Projects That Are Getting to Zero Energy, you can now view it online.

5 Key Trends Behind Zero Energy Buildings

Published by GreenBiz: The last two years have been good for zero energy buildings, according to our latest list of certified and emerging zero energy buildings by the New Buildings Institute. This list, published every two years, inventories projects across...

U.S., Canada Home To Nearly 500 Zero Energy Buildings

Published by Business Facilities: Nearly 500 verified and emerging zero energy buildings have been built across the United States and Canada—a 700 percent increase since the New Buildings Institute (NBI) began tracking projects in 2012. Zero energy buildings are ultra-low...