Yudelson: 2013 will see big growth in zero-net-energy buildings

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“Zero-net-energy buildings will become increasingly commonplace, in both residential and commercial sectors, as LEED and ENERGY STAR certifications have become too commonplace to confer competitive advantage among building owners,” says green design guru Jerry Yudelson.

January 23, 2013
Peter Fabris, net zero energy buildings, Jerry Yudelson

Peter Fabris, net zero energy buildings, Jerry Yudelson

“Zero-net-energy buildings will become increasingly commonplace, in both residential and commercial sectors, as LEED and ENERGY STAR certifications have become too commonplace to confer competitive advantage among building owners,” says green design guru Jerry Yudelson. “Developers of speculative commercial buildings will also begin to showcase zero-net-energy designs to gain marketplace advantages.”

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