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NEW YORK, Jan. 30, 2012  /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Zero Energy Buildings

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Global Market, Regulatory, and Technology Analysis for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in Commercial and Residential Buildings

As green building practices become more commonplace in the global construction industry, the goal of designing zero energy buildings, or buildings that consume as much energy as they produce through on-site and renewable energy systems, has emerged as the next major frontier. A number of countries and regions have already established long-term targets and regulations that will require zero energy building construction that will come into effect over the coming years, some as soon as 2016. As a result, the construction industry as a whole, led by HVAC vendors, real estate developers, construction companies, as well as renewable energy developers, are in the process of developing products and service lines that will meet demand for zero energy building and ensure compliance with new regulations.

A market is already emerging for zero energy buildings today, but it remains a small fraction of the overall building construction industry. Most product and service providers agree that the technologies required to make zero energy buildings possible, from efficient lighting and HVAC systems to glazing, insulation, solar photovoltaic and other systems, can add significant upfront cost. The goal of zero energy building will become more broadly attainable as advances in energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies improve system performance and reduce cost.

This Pike Research report provides data on the size and growth of the market for zero energy building markets, including HVAC systems, glazing systems, wall and roof construction, renewable energy systems, and construction soft costs, from 2011 through 2035. The study also includes a qualitative assessment of major drivers and trends for zero energy buildings in key markets, including both commercial and residential zero energy buildings. It also provides a discussion of the individual technology elements associated with zero energy building as well as the design challenges that the AEC (architecture/engineering/construction) service providers will face in delivering zero energy buildings.

Key Questions Addressed:

-How will the European Union's net zero energy building regulations impact market development, and what is the current status of such regulation?

-Will the market for commercial zero energy buildings be larger than the market for residential zero energy buildings?

-What regulations exist worldwide for zero energy building, and what regulations are likely to come online over the next 10-20 years?

-What is the cost premium to build a zero energy building?

-Which companies in the AEC industry are taking a lead on developing the technologies required for zero energy buildings?

Who needs this report?

-HVAC equipment vendors

-Architecture/engineering/construction firms

-Solar photovoltaics vendors

-Renewable energy developers

-Energy service companies

-Building materials vendors

-Real estate companies

-Green building design & construction firms

-Government agencies

-Investor community

Table of Contents

1.1  Overview

1.2  Accelerated Adoption

2.      Market Issues2.1  Market Overview2.2  Definitions of Zero Energy2.3  Zero Energy Market and Legislation2.4  Market Drivers2.4.1    Zero Energy Building Codes and Regulations2.4.2    Green Building2.4.3    Technology Innovation and Cost Decreases2.5  Market Barriers2.5.1    Cost Premiums2.5.2    Payback Periods2.5.3    Grid Integration2.5.4    Construction Practices2.6  Europe2.6.1    European Union2.6.1.1    EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD)2.6.1.2    Status of Zero Energy Building Definitions2.6.1.3    Analysis of EPBD and "Nearly Zero Energy"2.6.1.4    EU 20-20-20 Targets2.6.2    United Kingdom2.6.3    France2.6.4    Germany2.6.5    Passivhaus Standard2.6.6    Very Low Energy Houses2.6.7    Commercial vs. Residential Market Dynamics2.7  North America2.7.1    U.S. Federal Government2.7.1.1    U.S. General Services Administration2.7.1.2    U.S. Department of Energy and National Laboratories2.7.2    California2.7.3    Massachusetts2.7.4    Drivers2.7.4.1    Regulation2.7.4.2    PACE Financing2.7.4.3    Energy Performance Contracting2.7.5    Commercial vs. Residential Market Dynamics2.7.6    Canada2.8  Asia Pacific2.8.1    Japan2.8.2    Singapore2.8.3    China2.8.4    Rest of Asia Pacific2.9  Rest of World2.9.1    Middle East2.9.2    Latin America2.9.3    Africa

3.      Technology Issues

3.1  Technology Overview

3.2  Energy Efficiency

3.2.1    Building Envelope and Passive Energy Efficiency Technologies

3.2.1.1    Wall Insulation and the "Thermos" Effect

3.2.1.2    Glazing

3.2.1.2.1.  Double- and Triple-Pane Glass

3.2.1.2.2.  Smart Glass

3.2.1.2.3.  Glazing System Framing

3.2.1.3    Thermal Mass Storage Systems

3.2.1.4    Daylighting

3.2.1.5    Roofs

3.2.1.6    Building Orientation and Architectural Design

3.2.2    Active Energy Efficiency Technologies

3.2.2.1    HVAC Systems and Integrated Design

3.2.2.1.1.  Heating

3.2.2.1.2.  Cooling

3.2.2.1.3.  Ground-Source Heat Pumps

3.2.2.2    Electrical Lighting Systems

3.2.2.3    Hot Water

3.2.2.4    Building Controls

3.2.2.5    Energy Management Software and Systems

3.2.2.5.1.  Architectural Design Software Development Trends

3.2.2.5.2.  Continuous Commissioning

3.2.2.6    Plug Loads

3.2.2.6.1.  Energy Efficiency Appliance Standards

3.2.2.6.2.  Smart Appliances

3.3  Renewable Energy

3.3.1    Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Systems

3.3.2    Building-Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV)

3.3.3    Solar Thermal Systems

3.3.4    Biomass and CHP

3.3.5    Other Renewable Energy Sources

3.3.6    Energy Storage Systems

4.      Key Industry Players4.1  Arup4.2  Autodesk4.3  CB Richard Ellis4.4  Daikin Industries4.5  Danfoss4.6  Eaton4.7  Honeywell4.8  Johnson Controls4.9  Jones Lang LaSalle4.10  Masdar4.11  Meritage Homes4.12  Samsung Everland4.13  Schneider Electric4.14  Serious Materials4.15  Siemens Building Technologies4.16  Soladigm4.17  Trane4.18  United Technologies Corporation

5.      Market Forecasts

5.1  Overview

5.2  Methodology

5.2.1    Segmentation Definitions

5.2.2    Costs

5.3  Europe

5.3.1    Commercial

5.3.2    Residential

5.4  North America

5.4.1    Commercial

5.4.2    Residential

5.5  Asia Pacific

5.5.1    Commercial

5.5.2    Residential

5.6  Middle East

5.6.1    Commercial

5.6.2    Residential

5.7  Rest of World

5.8  Global Outlook

6.      Company Directory

7.      Acronym and Abbreviation List 

8.      Table of Contents 

9.      Table of Charts and Figures 

10.    Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

Zero Energy Building Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2011-2035Annual LEED Certified Space by Category, World Markets: 2000-2010Building Stock Growth by Sector, Western Europe: 2010-2020Commercial Construction Index by Metropolitan Market, World Markets: 2010Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Commercial Markets, Europe: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Residential Markets, Europe: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Commercial Markets, North America: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Residential Markets, North America: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Commercial Markets, Asia Pacific: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Residential Markets, Asia Pacific: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Commercial Markets, Middle East: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Residential Markets, Middle East: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, World Markets: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building ConceptExisting and Prospective Zero Energy Building Regulation by CountryZero Energy Building ConceptMember States of the European Union: 2011Comparison of Passivhaus Standard vs. Other European StandardsConceptual Market Diffusion for Zero Net Energy TargetsCommercial Building Space by Owner, United States: 2003LEED/Green Building Requirements by State, United States: 2011Double Pane Window ExampleUnderground Labyrinth System, NREL Research Support FacilityNREL Research Support Facility Total Power Consumption: December 2010Solar PV Panel Cost: 1998-2010Existing and Prospective Zero Energy Building Regulation by Country

List of Tables

Annual LEED Certified Space by Category, World Markets: 2000-2010Building Stock Growth by Sector, Western Europe: 2010-2020Commercial Building Space by Owner, United States: 2003Building Stock Growth by Sector, North America: 2010-2020Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Commercial Markets, Europe: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Residential Markets, Europe: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Total Markets, Europe: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Commercial Markets, North America: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Residential Markets, North America: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Total Markets, North America: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Commercial Markets, Asia Pacific: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Residential Markets, Asia Pacific: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Total Markets, Asia Pacific: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Commercial Markets, Middle East: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Residential Markets, Middle East: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Total Markets, Middle East: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Commercial Markets, Rest of the World: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Residential Markets, Rest of the World: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, Total Markets, Rest of the World: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue, Commercial Markets by Region, World Markets: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue, Residential Markets by Region, World Markets: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2011-2035Zero Energy Building Revenue by Product/Service, World Markets: 2011-2035Status of EPBD and NZEB Legal Compliance, Europe: June 2011Low-Rise Low-Energy Model Energy Efficiency Measure Selections (abridged)

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