Getting to Zero Buildings Count and Trends for 2019
Webinar / May 8, 2019 / Zero Net Energy
Targets for zero energy and zero carbon outcomes are growing exponentially. Recently, Grand View Research Inc. forecast $78.8 billion of growth in the global zero energy (ZE) building market by 2025. That’s compared to $8.04 billion in 2016, according to the report. NBI has been tracking the ZE building sector for nearly a decade and our annual Zero Energy Buildings List is just about complete! Typically a printed, static list, this year’s zero energy buildings inventory will be shared as a dynamic online tool allowing users to access the most current data every day of the year. The Getting to Zero Buildings Database will allow users to see a map and list of ZE projects across North America and generate custom graphics and analytics based on location, building type, age, ownership, and more.
Learn about the current status of ZE buildings during this webinar where NBI Research Director Cathy Higgins with share current project counts and trends, and Senior Program Manager Alexi Miller will demonstrate the new tool. Also presenting is Clay Nesler, Vice President, Global Sustainability and Industry Initiatives at Johnson Controls, who will be presenting findings from the 2018 Energy Efficiency Indicator Study, a survey of 1,900 facility and energy management executives in 20 countries evaluating global market trends driving investment in energy efficiency, renewable energy and smart building technologies.
Getting to Zero Buildings Database: https://newbuildings.org/resource/getting-to-zero-database/
Johnson Controls 2018 Energy Efficiency Indicator: https://www.johnsoncontrols.com/insights/2018/buildings/features/2018-energy-efficiency-indicator