06 Feb '12, 2pm

Zero-Energy Building Market to Hit $1.3 Trillion by 2035

Zero-Energy Building Market to Hit $1.3 Trillion by 2035

, provides data on the size and growth of the market for zero energy building markets, including HVAC systems, glazing systems, wall and roof construction, renewable energy systems, and construction soft costs, from 2011 through 2035. The study also includes a qualitative assessment of major drivers and trends for zero energy buildings in key markets, including both commercial and residential zero energy buildings. It also provides a discussion of the individual technology elements associated with zero energy building, as well as the design challenges that the AEC (architecture/engineering/construction) service providers will face in delivering zero energy buildings.”

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2012/02/06/zero-energy-building-...

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