Green & Net Zero Energy Building
Author(s):
Bhuvanesh Pandey, Adarsh Pandey , Anubhav Sharma, Poshak Sharma
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Abstract
Green and Net Zero Energy Buildings (NZEB) are becoming increasingly popular due to the rising awareness of the negative impact of traditional buildings on the environment. NZEBs are designed to achieve high energy efficiency, significantly reducing the carbon footprint and energy consumption. They are built with the use of sustainable materials, advanced technologies, and innovative design strategies. The aim of NZEBs is to produce as much energy as they consume, resulting in a net zero energy balance. This is achieved through the use of renewable energy sources such as solar panels, wind turbines, and geothermal energy. The adoption of NZEBs is critical in mitigating the impact of climate change and reducing the global carbon footprint. Furthermore, the implementation of NZEBs offers several benefits, including reduced energy bills, improved air quality, and increased occupant comfort and productivity. The shift towards green and NZEBs represents a significant step towards achieving sustainable development and a more sustainable future. However, the implementation of NZEBs faces several challenges, including the higher upfront cost of construction and the lack of awareness and understanding of NZEBs among building owners and occupants. Additionally, the design and construction of NZEBs require a multidisciplinary approach and collaboration between architects, engineers, contractors, and building owners to ensure optimal energy performance and occupant comfort. The adoption of green and NZEBs is essential for achieving a sustainable future and mitigating the impact of climate change. Governments and policymakers are recognizing the importance of NZEBs and are introducing regulations and incentives to promote their implementation. The private sector is also taking an active role in the development of green and NZEBs, recognizing the economic and environmental benefits of sustainable buildings.
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Unique Paper ID: 159575

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 12

Page(s): 217 - 222
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