Posts Tagged ‘ Zero Energy Building ’

RMI Report Suggests Zero-Energy Homes are Now More Feasible, Thanks In Part to Cheaper Glass

Oct 3rd, 2018

The Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), an independent, nonprofit organization, recently released a report detailing how the costs to build zero-energy (ZE) or zero-energy ready (ZER) homes are now less than consumers—and builders—may think. “The Economics of Zero-Energy Homes: Single Family Insights” report, by Jacob Corvidae, Michael Gartman and Alisa Petersen, highlights methods builders can utilize to […]

Builder-Grade Makeover on the Horizon

Oct 5th, 2014

High-performance windows aren’t just for R&R anymore. A new breed of homebuilders is emerging to appeal to a new breed of consumers who are environmentally conscious, energy-cost conscious and/or just want something different from what everyone else has. Like most businesses, homebuilders need to create points of differentiation to capture the interest of consumers – […]

Turner Group: The Pace of Zero Net Energy Building Construction Will Exceed Expectations

Sep 16th, 2014

Bill Turner, senior vice president of The Turner Group and president/CEO of Turner Building Science & Design LLC predicts that the pace of growth in Zero Energy Building construction will grow even faster than recent estimates done by Navigant Research, who indicates the market growing to $1.4 trillion in 2035. “What we are experiencing on […]