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CONTENTS 1 Our Path to Zero Energy Buildings, 3 Case Study Santiago High School Science Classroom. 4 Trends from NBI s Getting to Zero Database,10 Residential Zero Energy Buildings. Policy Directives and Program Support,Taking Zero Energy to Scale. 13 Zero Energy Certification Collaboration and Expansion. Technology Spotlight Radiant Cooling and,Heating Systems. Case Study Radiant System at the Oregon,Department of Transportation Building.
16 A New Hope Zero Energy Today and for the Future. zEPI A Simple Versatile Scale for Measuring,Commercial Building Energy Performance. 2018 Getting to Zero Buildings List of Certified Verified. and Emerging Projects, New Buildings Institute All Rights Reserved Published January 2018. Digital copies and report graphics are available at newbuildings org. The Entrance Hall features a solar chimney,which helps regulate the temperature and. distributes natural light throughout the space,Kohler Environmental Center Choate Rosemary. Hall Wallingford CT Cover North entrance of the Kohler Environmental Center Choate Rosemary Hall Wallingford CT. Photo Credit Peter Aaron OTTO Photo Credit Peter Aaron OTTO. THE PATH TO Since 2010 New Buildings Institute has tracked the developing. market for zero energy buildings We are pleased to share this latest. ZERO ENERGY 2018 Getting to Zero Status Update and Zero Energy Buildings List. BUILDINGS which summarizes the growth and trends from nearly 500 certified. verified and emerging zero energy projects across the United States. and Canada, As NBI celebrates its 20th anniversary we reflect on the past to help put the present.
and the future in context In our early years there were only a handful of government. or academic buildings to reference as low energy sustainable or green Design and. technologies for indoor comfort were predominantly the same as the preceding. decades buildings were sealed boxes filled with mechanical methods to deliver. light heating cooling and ventilation Energy policies were cautiously making small. incremental changes the leading national energy code ASHRAE Standard 90 1. moved the bar by only 4 between the 1989 and 1999 versions The building. sector surpassed industrial as the number one energy consuming sector Real. estate value and tenant attention rarely considered energy or green factors There. were no LEED buildings no ENERGY STAR buildings no Living Buildings and. renewable energy had no measureable market adoption Reducing energy use was. almost exclusively driven by utility efficiency programs focusing largely on fluorescent. lighting upgrades, So in 1997 NBI and others began working to create a low energy future for. buildings for the benefit of people and the planet Rocky Mountain Institute was. 15 years old and shaking things up with the Soft Energy Path and Amory Lovins. extensive intellect and economic arguments The U S Green Building Council. was working on the 2000 release of the first edition of LEED and GreenBuild was. founded two years later In 1999 ENERGY STAR moved from appliance standards. into buildings with the first ENERGY STAR office The 2001 Packard. Matrix showed the long term economic viability of a Living Building. leading to the formation of the International Living Future Institute. in 2009 Ed Mazria turned up the heat on carbon and buildings in. 2002 with the formation of Architecture 2030 turned up the heat with. the article Architects Pollute in 2003 The first utility public benefits. charges were collected and with them an infusion of funds for. efficiency programs regional groups and longer term research on. energy technologies and renewables The foundation for zero energy. ZE buildings was underway, Two decades later these efforts are reflected in NBI s 2018 Getting. to Zero Status Update and Zero Energy Project List Like many. new efforts ZE buildings counts are still small in relation to the total. market in the single digit percentage of total buildings and floor. The Gallery of the Kohler Environmental Center, space But a multitude of factors are accelerating ZE buildings and communities. wraps around the courtyard that insulates the, program areas from temperature variations such as emerging technologies sensors and LEDs dramatic price drops of solar. generation energy storage energy tracking and transparency integrated and. Kohler Environmental Center Choate Rosemary Hall, passive design climate concerns and interest in ZE codes and resilient buildings.
Wallingford CT Photo Credit Peter Aaron OTTO,new buildings institute 1. Buildings and Projects are This convergence combined with other rapid advancements foretells of a built. environment that will look very different when we share our story 20 years from now. used interchangeably in, A generation ahead we believe the majority of workers students and families will. this report The Getting, spend their indoor hours in buildings that provide natural light and ventilation have. to Zero Buildings List superior thermal comfort through mixed modes with occupant level control vary. consists of both individual design and windows by orientation utilize shading and optimize views have DC. buildings and some power dynamically respond to occupancy weather and workhours automate. plug load management produce renewable energy onsite and use energy storage. aggregated projects and electric vehicles interactively with the electricity grid They will do all this with. such as a campus ZE fewer materials and toxins at a quarter or less of today s energy and water and. project neighborhood with little to no carbon emissions We believe this because this report indicates it is. all possible today and shows an encouragingly steep growth curve From policies. development or, to practitioners to specific projects the proof is in this report The future of the built. corporate portfolio Each environment is ZE buildings. is counted as a single In the Buildings List nearly 500 ZE commercial building projects1 of all sizes types. project in the List and in all climates are presented Projects owned by for profit companies now. make up 26 of the List greater than K 12 schools 18 which are leaders in ZE. building adoption Privately held buildings2 overall account for 46 of ZE buildings. approaching that of public buildings which were early adopters see Fig 8. The highest growth in new projects is in multifamily with an increase of 40 buildings. effectively doubling the count since 2016 Public assembly schools and offices are. next with strong increases in their number of projects Education facilities continue. to be in the ZE spotlight leading the List with 37 178 of all projects California is. paving the way for all schools to get to zero through its zero energy school retrofit. demonstrations Community approaches are critical to scale ZE buildings and this. List includes community district and or campus examples that are bringing groups. of buildings together on the path to zero, We also have some newcomers in the other building type category with four.
new light manufacturing projects a car dealership and a ski area joining the. Getting to Zero early adopter corps Healthcare lodging and retail are yet to. have much representation likely due to their higher energy intensity and more. complex occupancy conditions making the few we know of even more valuable. as exemplars Warehouse storage shares the low end of adoption yet are in the. opposite position regarding ease to get to zero energy and should therefore be a. priority for accelerating adoption3, We also share policy rankings for states working to realize energy and climate action. goals through stringency in energy codes updates on residential ZE buildings. from the Net Zero Energy Coalition tell about our two exciting new alliances on. ZE certification discuss our efforts to provide extensive resource references that. support the collective good work to make progress in Getting to Zero. 1 Buildings and Projects are used interchangeably in this report The Getting to Zero List consists of both individual. Suncoast Credit Union Bushnell Service Center buildings and some aggregated projects such as a campus ZE project neighborhood development or corporate portfolio. Bushnell FL Each is counted as a single project in the List. Cedit Peter Aaron OTTO 2 Privately owned includes corporations small companies individuals and non profits. 3 Warehouse and storage make up 14 of floorspace and 6 of total energy use of US non mall commercial buildings. US Energy Information Administration Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey 2012. 2 2018 Getting to Zero Status Update and List of Zero Energy Projects. zero energy school,case study, Santiago High School Science Classroom Garden Grove CA. Project Size 8 069 SF Garden Grove Unified School District GGUSD is a large low income school. district that has recently become a regional leader in zero energy Historically the. Construction Type Retrofit, district has prioritized investment of scarce resources into its students rather. Construction Year 2017 than into its facilities While the district is ranked in the lowest 20 for household. Building Type K 12 Education income in California its students test scores are in the top 20 in the state. ASHRAE Climate Zone 3B The school district is bringing facilities and student needs together with its new. science building at Santiago High School When the deep energy retrofit is. complete in fall 2018 it will be a living laboratory for students and will serve as a. hub for the school s environmental student groups Students teachers and staff. will be provided with all the energy use and system data for hands on learning. opportunities and STEM educational practices The project is aiming for an energy. use intensity EUI of 24 7 kBtu sf year and onsite renewable generation of 24 9. kBtu sf year resulting in a projected net EUI of 0 2 kBtu sf year. The ZE project team meets weekly with key stakeholders to foster cultural change. regarding energy efficiency GGUSD believes that fostering this cultural shift. among students teachers and staff may turn out to be the most cost effective. investment of funds toward achieving ZE across the district in the long term Many. energy conservation measures including daylighting devices lighting controls. and automatic dimming will further reduce the lighting load to almost zero during. daytime hours which account for most operating hours annually Additionally. natural ventilation and updates to the envelope HVAC system and controls are. being implemented A dashboard will track and display real time energy data to. educate students teachers and staff and encourage behavioral change. GGUSD is a low income district with a culture of frugality It did not change its. values to invest in ZE retrofit projects Instead its emphasis on financial thrift led to. this solution GGUSD s leadership shows that under the right conditions ZE can. make financial sense for any school district,new buildings institute 3. TRENDS FROM Growth in Zero Energy Buildings, In the first Getting to Zero Status Update published by NBI in 2012 we proudly.
NBI S GETTING reported 60 commercial and multifamily buildings or projects that were either Verified. TO ZERO as zero energy or were Emerging to that level In 2018 the List includes nearly 500. projects and is on a steep curve upward with our count see Fig 2 increasing over. DATABASE 700 in those six years4 We now have information on 67 ZE Verified and 415 ZE. Emerging projects a total of 482 projects identified in this report By sharing the. specific names locations energy outcomes and targets of these projects the. wide applicability and potential of these high performance buildings can be used to. influence owners designers and policy makers, Zero Energy Building Growth The largest growth is in the ZE Emerging category The. influx of new projects setting these lofty objectives is a. reflection of both increased policy goals and market effects. of ZE buildings going more mainstream, The Emerging ZE buildings are approximately evenly split. into two groups see definitions on page 19 for details. 1 Not yet occupied or occupied less than one year, 2 Occupied more than one year but not yet Verified as ZE. This second group underscores that achieving zero energy. is a process not an end point and many projects need. further refinement after occupancy, Fig 1 The Buildings List includes nearly 500 projects and is on a steep curve. upward having increased over 700 since 2012 Ultra low Energy Buildings. The strong growth of ZE buildings is exciting for our. Number of Zero,Number of ZeroEnergy,EnergyBuildings.
Buildings industry but there are also many buildings reaching similar. levels of energy performance without the added step. 2018 of renewables or an official ZE goal NBI has previously. 67 included these in our reports as ultra low energy ULE. buildings These buildings are also often referred to as. near net zero zero energy capable or zero energy ready. 2016 These buildings have similar energy performance as ZE. 53 buildings and serve as additional examples of the building. New Buildings Institute design and operations to get to ZE energy performance. outcomes The trailblazing project teams and owners. building ULE buildings have set the stage for today s. 2014 growth in ZE buildings But this growth has introduced . 4 2018 Getting to Zero Status Update and List of Zero Energy Projects Growth in Zero Energy Buildings In the first Getting to Zero Status Update published by NBI in 2012 we proudly reported 60 commercial and multifamily buildings or projects that were either Verified as zero energy or were Emerging to that level

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