Many of the large cities around the world have committed to becoming carbon-neutral by 2050. To achieve this ambitious goal, city governments, property investors, and homeowners will need to make smarter decisions when building new or renovating existing buildings. Net-zero buildings use less energy, provide comfortable indoor climates, and helps the world’s cities become more sustainable for future generations.
Net zero energy buildings is often connected to building new, but did you know that renovating is also a feasible and cost-efficient way to achieve sustainable and energy efficient buildings? In this article we’ll cover the basic of net zero energy buildings and how it can be achieved by renovating or building new.
Table of content
- What is a net-zero-energy building?
- How to achieve net-zero-energy buildings today
- Making buildings highly-energy efficient to achieve net-zero-energy consumption
- Benefits of net-zero-energy homes and buildings
- Why we need net-zero-energy buildings
- Using stone wool insulation to achieve net-zero-energy buildings with ROCKWOOL Group