The Future of Zero Carbon Buildings

Feb 02, 2016, 18:10 ET from ReportBuyer

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Zero-carbon buildings (ZCBs) are becoming a reality and triggering strong growth in several critical building technology segments. With pressure on customers to better manage energy for both environmental and cost reasons, this trend is expected to accelerate. Lighting systems, HVAC, solar PV, and BEMS are likely to be the business segments in most demand in ZCBs in the next 5–10 years.

CEO's 360-Degree Perspective on the Future of Zero-Carbon Buildings (ZCBs)
1 Lighting systems, HVAC, solar PV and BEMS are expected to be the business segments with highest demand in ZCBs during the next – years.

2 Business segments such as passive systems, and sustainable materials and energy performance contracting (EPC) are set to gain momentum from 2018.

3 About $ billion is likely to be invested annually between 2015 and 2020 by both public and private sectors to improve energy efficiency in buildings.

4 Commercial buildings and educational institutions are likely to have high penetration in ZCBs in the next years. Residential building adoption of zero-carbon technologies
are expected to gain momentum after 2020.

5 The United States and Canada are front runners in the adoption of ZCBs, while Europe is gaining momentum. India, China, the United Arab Emirates, and Brazil are emerging
significantly with registered LEED projects.
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