Projected growth for energy efficient buildings

Geospatial software industry veteran and speaker Geoff Zeiss wrote a feature called “Zero net energy building revenue projected to grow to $1.4 trillion by 2035” for the website Between the Poles.

The said article discussed that the International Energy Agency (IEA) projected that: “… by 2035 the world’s energy demand will increase by a third, driven primarily by emerging economies, China, India and the Middle East.  Globally, two-thirds of the world’s greenhouse-gas emissions come from the energy sector.The IEA projects that energy-related CO2 emissions will increase by 20% by 2035.” Geoff Zeiss, Between the Poles. http://geospatial.blogs.com/geospatial/2014/09/net-zero-energy-building-revenue-projected-to-grow-to-14-trillion-by-2035.html

Zero net building growth

Energy efficiency becomes a key component to meet the energy demand increase, and ways to address this such as providing measures to improve on the energy efficiency of buildings is a positive sign. Environment friendly Zero energy buildings which produces as much energy as it consumes has shown growth in recent years. The article mentions that according to a new report from Navigant Research, global Zero net building (ZEB) revenue is expected to grow from $629.3 million in 2014 to $1.4 trillion by 2035.

As more laws and guidelines are being implemented by countries such as the United States and Japan to ensure buildings are energy efficient, the article also stressed more action from the government notably from developing nations.

In support for energy efficient buildings

Companies such as PFB Corporation are committed to conduct operations that affect environmental and social concerns. Environmental conservation has always been their top priority as reflected in their practices, products and processes, including energy efficient buildings.

Insulspan is an excellent choice to construct energy efficient buildings because of its energy efficiency features and ability to reduce energy consumption in buildings. Insulspan’s sustainable system and its ability to withstand natural disasters better than other construction methods makes it a top option for energy efficient buildings.

To learn about PFB Corporation and their sustainability directives, visit www.pfbsustainability.com.

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