The Bluegrass Community and Technical College Newtown Campus Science Building's energy usage is approximately 300% more efﬁcient than the average lab, compared to the Department of Energy's database.
NBI’s inaugural list tracks commercial and multifamily zero energy (ZE) building projects across 13 states, showcases the status of ZE projects in the Midwest region, and increases public awareness, market acceptance, and adoption of ZE and other high-performance design and construction practices, including Passive House.
The Connecticut cities of Manchester and Mansfield have been working hard to finalize design plans for the first Net Zero Energy public school developments in New England!
Simpson Middle generates about 75% of its energy from the roof-mounted solar array. Thanks to the energy-efficient installation, the building will save more than $100,000 a year in utility costs.
The Fayette County Public Schools facility, located in Lexington, Kentucky, proves DCV and Geothermal Systems Drive Building Design.