A net-zero building is a building with zero net energy consumption. This means that, over the course of a year, the total amount of energy used by the building is equal to the amount of renewable energy created by the building, often onsite. Net-zero homes and commercial buildings are seen as more environmentally-friendly compared to traditional buildings. This appeals not only to occupants but also to state and local governments.
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Notably, 43 percent of survey respondents indicated that changing codes and standards is a critical challenge or issue affecting the future of HVAC systems.