Market for net-zero energy buildings expected to soar
Construction of zero-energy buildings, or structures that produce all of the energy that they use, is expected to grow over the next several years, in large part because of mandates in the European Union. The market for net-zero energy buildings is small today, but it could reach nearly $690 billion by 2020 and almost $1.3 trillion by 2035, according to projections by Pike Research.
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