The report, Zero Energy Buildings in MA: Saving Money from the Start, assesses zero energy (ZE) upfront building costs, model performance, and life-cycle costs in Massachusetts.
A combination of multifamily housing and commercial space, as well as a Historic Preservation Project in Fitchburg. Currently in process.
This Net Zero America study aims to inform and ground political, business, and societal conversations regarding what it would take for the U.S. to achieve an economy-wide target of net-zero emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050.
This report summarizes the barriers and recommendations from the five technology working groups of the Commercial Building Consortium (CBC) and is a companion summary analysis to a Commercial Buildings Technology Inventory.
This project sought to assess whether HPWHs can productively store energy and participate in demand response programs, thereby supporting the broadest application of the new efficiency standards.
This plan was developed by the City of Newton with the help of the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC).
An electric vehicle discount program that makes going electric easier for you.
Resources on feasibility studies of zero energy on district, state, and national levels; cost studies which address the challenge of zero energy construction within budget; means of financing a zero energy project and incentive programs to support this; and technologies which support zero energy and zero carbon design.