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Net Zero Energy Buildings

 

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Navigant Research
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米国調査会社ナビガントリサーチ(Navigant Research)の調査レポート「ネットゼロエネルギービル(省エネルギービル)」は、住宅と商業ビルのネットゼロエネルギービルの世界市場を調査している。この数年間のZNEビル市場の大きな変化と、市場のテイクオフや主流化について検討している。解析ツールと設計方式に注目し、主要技術と設計について査定している。ZNEビルに関する規制や教育、アウトリーチプログラムについても調査している。

As local and global energy issues continue to intensify, a greater emphasis is being placed on energy efficiency, renewable energy, and building energy use. Although zero energy buildings (ZEBs) have not become mainstream, they continue to be seen as the pinnacle for green and energy efficient buildings. Changes in technology, regulation, and education have allowed ZEBs to penetrate different markets across various building types outside of the single-family residences and 1-story office buildings that were first able to achieve net zero energy (ZNE).

ZEBs are feasible for offices, educational facilities, laboratories, and other building types. The technology to achieve ZNE in most buildings already exists, though it continues to improve. Regulation, education, and market awareness continue to expand and will help move the ZEB market forward. Educating all parties—from the designers to contractors to occupants—on the core concepts is imperative to achieving ZNE. Drivers behind ZNE projects include regulations, operating cost reductions, energy security, and customer attraction, among others. Organizations have also noted resilience as a key driver, as weather events and natural disasters have increasingly affected businesses in recent years.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market for ZNE buildings in the residential and commercial sectors. The study examines the major changes in the ZNE buildings market in the last few years, as well as issues that are keeping the market from taking off or becoming more mainstream. Key technology and design trends are analyzed, with a focus on analysis tools and design methods. The report also examines the regulations and education and outreach programs related to ZNE buildings.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What is a net zero energy (ZNE) building?
  • How do design and construction practices for ZNE buildings differ from those for traditional buildings?
  • What kinds of technologies are used in ZNE buildings?
  • How is policy driving the adoption of ZNE buildings?
  • What are the main barriers to the widespread adoption of ZNE buildings?
Who needs this report?
  • Smart building service and technology vendors
  • Energy efficient equipment vendors
  • Real estate investors and property managers
  • Production homebuilders
  • Solar hardware vendors
  • Electric utilities
  • Government agencies and policymakers
  • Investor community


目次

1. Executive Summary

2. Market Update

2.1  Residential versus Commercial

2.2  Technology and Design

2.2.1  Energy Analysis Tools

2.2.2  Integrative Design Method

2.3  Regulations

2.3.1  Codes and Standards

2.3.1.1  ASHRAE and IECC

2.3.1.2  Energy Performance of Buildings Directive

2.3.1.3  Individual State and City Initiatives

2.3.1.4  Japan’s Zero Energy Building Requirements

2.3.1.5  US Government

2.3.2  Incentives and Financing

2.3.2.1  Electric Program Investment Charge

2.3.2.2  Energy Trust of Oregon

2.3.2.3  Public-Private Partnerships

2.3.2.4  Vermont Incentives and Financing

2.4  Education and Outreach

2.4.1  Education

2.4.2  Organizations

2.4.2.1  Architecture 2030

2.4.2.2  AIA

2.4.2.3  DOE

2.4.2.4  International Living Future Institute

2.4.2.5  New Buildings Institute

2.4.2.6  World Green Building Council

2.4.2.7  The United Nations

3. Conclusions and Recommendations

List of Charts and Figures

  • Total Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, World Markets: 2016-2035
  • New Buildings Institute-Tracked Cumulative Zero Energy Verified Buildings, North America: 2000-2015
  • Site Boundary of Energy Transfer for Zero Energy Accounting
  • California ZNE and Ultra-Low Energy Buildings by Type
  • Recognized Benefits of Energy Efficiency within Organizations
  • Design Process for Achieving ZNE
  • Average Cost for End-Use Energy Savings
  • Annual Solar PV Installed Costs, Residential and C&I Systems, United States: 2012-2020
  • zEPI Scale to ZNE
  • Macleamy Curve
  • Residential Building Adoption of the IECC Standard
  • Commercial Building Adoption of the ASHRAE Standard

List of Tables

  • New Buildings Institute ZNE-Verified Buildings, United States: 2000-2015

 

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プレスリリース

[プレスリリース原文]

The Technology to Achieve Net Zero Energy is Available for Most Building Types, but Cost and Education Remain Challenges

Drivers behind net zero energy projects include regulation, operating cost reductions, energy security, and customer attraction

January 4, 2017

A new report from Navigant Research analyzes the global market for net zero energy (ZNE) buildings in the residential and commercial sectors, examining major market changes, as well as drivers and barriers, key technology and design trends, and related regulation and outreach programs.

As local and global energy issues continue to intensify, a greater emphasis is being placed on energy efficiency, renewable energy, and building energy use. Changes in technology, regulation, and education have allowed zero energy buildings (ZEBs) to penetrate different markets across various building types outside of the single-family residences and one-story office buildings that were first able to achieve ZNE.  According to a new report from Navigant Research, the technology to achieve ZNE is available for almost any building type, yet cost and education remain a challenge.

“An increasing number of ZNE building pilots has proven the feasibility of wider adoption,” says Benjamin Freas, principal research analyst with Navigant Research. “Yet, the cost associated with reaching net zero is currently not acceptable to most building owners.”

Despite these barriers, regulation, education, and market awareness continue to expand and are expected to help move the ZNE and ZEB markets forward, according to the report. Drivers behind ZNE projects include operating cost reductions, energy security, and customer attraction, among others.

The report, Net Zero Energy Buildings, analyzes the global market for ZNE buildings in the residential and commercial sectors. The study examines the major changes in the ZNE buildings market in the last few years, as well as issues that are keeping the market from taking off or becoming more mainstream. Key technology and design trends are analyzed, with a focus on analysis tools and design methods. The report also examines the regulations and education and outreach programs related to ZNE buildings.

 

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