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Net Zero Buildings:
Moving from Theory to Reality
The role of radiant heating and cooling
in net zero building progress
The concept of “net zero building,” a building which produces as much energy as it uses over the course of a year, in recent years is becoming more of a reality than simply theory. Although currently there are only a small number of highly efficient buildings that meet the criteria to be considered a net zero building, creating net zero buildings is becoming more and more feasible. This paper discusses how radiant heating and cooling can figure into a net zero building design simply by reducing the amount of energy that is spent on conditioning the space.

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