More stories about Net-Zero Energy

  • Natural Symmetry

    Vancouver's VanDusen Botanical Garden's Visitor Centre promotes biodiversity in plant life and building systems

  • First Two Projects Obtain Net Zero Energy Building Certification

    The International Living Future Institute gives two existing building retrofits Net Zero Energy Building Certification.

  • Case Study: Big Idea in Santa Fe

    Ultra-efficient demonstration home proves that low-impact living can be a high-end experience.

  • Product Review: Modular Homes

    Modular homes combine factory efficiency with building science expertise to achieve new levels of performance.

  • Common Codes Gradually Become Greener

    Thomas Kenney provides an insider's perspective on codes and standards, and the obstacles and opportunities we face on the road toward a carbon neutral building industry.

  • Market View: C.R. Herro of Meritage Homes

    As vice president of energy efficiency and sustainability at Top 10 production home builder Meritage Homes, Herro has led his company’s mission to bring high-performance homes into the marketplace, and sell them.

  • Zero-Energy Commercial Buildings on the Rise

    The number of zero-energy commercial buildings and zero-energy-capable buildings in the U.S. is rising, according to a report from the New Buildings Institute and the Zero Energy Commercial Building Consortium.

  • Living Future Conference Set for May 2-4

    The International Living Future Institute's annual event to be held in Portland, Ore.

  • Taliesin West Goes Greener

    Energy-efficient updates will help lower the $200,000 annual energy bill of Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home.

  • Market Acceptance of High-Performance Homes

    DOE Building Technologies Program chief architect Sam Rashkin reflects on his experience growing the Energy Star program in the U.S. and what lessons it brings, similarly, to the growth of the Passive House Standard in the nation’s building market.