Zero energy homes and buildings are so energy efficient that on-site rooftop solar can meet the buildings' annual energy needs.
Utah Clean Energy is advocating for programs and policies that help builders, developers, local governments and others make the transition to zero energy buildings powered with 100% renewable energy.
Our buildings are directly contributing to climate change and local air pollution. Energy used in our homes and buildings contributes up to 40% of U.S. …
“I’m the builder for Habitat for Humanity. I’ve built a lot of houses, but nothing like this net zero home. For the homeowner, it is going to be zero energy, so they are going to save money on energy bills, which means more income for things like groceries and healthcare.”