RMI: An Integrative Business Model for Net Zero Energy Districts

Net zero energy (NZE) buildings—those that are responsible for the production of as much (or more) clean energy as they use annually—have been gaining momentum around the world. And now, there are even net zero energy districts being contemplated, like Fort Collins’s Fort ZED, Arizona State University, and UC Davis’s West Village. However, there still remains an industry-wide perception that net zero energy is too expensive, or comes at a much higher incremental cost over business as usual. 

The Rocky Mountain Institute’s  newly released Insight Brief  presents a business model for developing net zero energy or ultra-low energy districts.

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