The global market for zero-energy buildings is projected to
achieve explosive growth from $629.3 million in ,/br>
2014 to $1.4 trillion by 2035.
In Europe and America, buildings consume around 40 percent of all energy – around 10 percent more than transport and create the same proportion of carbon—dioxide emissions. That forced governments of the countries to increase energy code stringency implementing new building design standards — LEED Certificate, Living Building Challenge (LBC) certification and the most growing- Net Zero Energy Building (nZEB’s). A nZEB solution means that the building uses as much energy over the course of the year as it generates from onsite renewables. A nZEB is not about Future - a significant number of zero-energy projects have already been built, with many more in the process of verification or construction.
All of them will demand
Building Integrated renewables (BIPV)