10 Green Building Megatrends For 2020 – Part Two

10 Green Building Megatrends For 2017By Jerry Yudelson, Speaker, Author, Green Building Consultant

December 6, 2016

Here are the second five of the ten green building megatrends. Note that these are not necessarily in order of current or future importance! Part one was posted on November 29, 2016. The discussion is taken from my latest book, Reinventing Green Building (New Society Publishers, 2016).

10 Green Building Megatrends For 2017 – Part One

10 Green Building Megatrends For 2017By Jerry Yudelson, Speaker, Author, Green Building Consultant

November 29, 2016

In  2016 book, Reinventing Green Building, Jerry Yudelson identified 10 megatrends that he believes will shape green building technologies, markets, government rules and certification systems through 2020 and beyond. And, by the way, Jerry Yudelson doesn’t think that the election of Donald Trump will in any way disrupt these trends!

Energy Efficiency in Buildings: Science is outside of politics!

The First International Forum “Energy Efficiency in Buildings”, Moscow Russia

energy_efficiency_in_buildings_nru_msuce_forum-9

Prof. Wolfgang Feist: Science is outside of politics! Photo: NRU MSUCE (Moscow, Russia).

September 8, 2016: International Forum was opened by the rector of the NRU MSUCE Alexander Volkov, presenting the report “System engineering of effective building management.” Andrey Anatolyevich emphasized that this theme – innovation, on which the conceptual base is formed just now. Rector noted that today we can be proud of the achievements that are made in this field on the basis of the NRU MSUCE this direction and he does personally.

Modular Gomos homes can be assembled in three days flat

GOMOS-SYSTEM-by-Samuel-Goncalves-1

Credit to: http://inhabitat.com/

GOMOS-SYSTEM-by-Samuel-Goncalves-1Modular architecture is becoming increasingly popular for good reason – instead of lengthy construction time, homes can be completed in just a few days. Gomos is a new modular building system composed of concrete units produced in a factory that can be assembled on-site in three days flat.

Over 20 companies joined forces in building this house in Arouca, Portugal, the first ever to be built using the Gomos System. Architect Samuel Gonçalves helmed the design to showcase the simplicity and efficiency of the entire construction process. Porto-based agency Building Pictures captured this process in a short video.

Reinventing Green Building, by Jerry Yudelson

Why Certification Systems Aren’t Working and What We Can Do About It.

The book Reinventing Green Building, by Jerry Yudelson, will be available about June 1st. It’s full of detailed statistical analysis of how green building in the US has hit the wall the past few years, commentary from two dozen industry leaders, and detailed recommendations on how to start growing the green building movement once again.

Buildings and their associated systems are the largest source of greenhouse gases in the world. The 2030 Challenge aims to produce zero net -energy from new North American construction by 2030 while achieving a 50% reduction in carbon emissions from existing buildings. With less than 4% of commercial and residential structures in the U.S. and Canada certified by 2015, we seem destined to fall catastrophically short of this target.

ABG Frankfurt Holding builds again Passive Houses in Offenbach

Credit to: http://www.fnp.de/

Passive_House_Offenbach_ABG

© http://www.fnp.de/ 172 Passive house apartments at the Offenbacher MAN.

With a joint construction project to neighboring cities of Frankfurt and Offenbach document their connectedness: 172 apartments built the ABG Frankfurt Holding on the former premises of the Offenbach press manufacturer MAN Roland. Yesterday, the two mayors Horst Schneider (Offenbach) and Peter Feldmann (Frankfurt) have set the break ground.

The 21- million – euro project – in fact a Passive House

The new administrative building of the Vorarlberg Illwerke was built in six weeks of construction primarily in wood

Outdoor natural, inside nature: the 130-meter-long Illwerke Center Montafon was built by Hermann Kaufmann almost entirely of wood finished parts.
Vandans – Outside the window unfolds with its never-ending coniferous forests and its clammy each other back rocks the rugged landscape of the Montafon. Inside the desk increases at the same time, resinous wood scent in the nose. You already smell the superlatives: The recently completed Illwerke center Montafon, short IZM, with its 10,000 square meters of floor space is currently the largest timber hybrid building in the world. So it’s at least what the client, the Vorarlberg Illwerke AG.

Powered by WordPress | For Free Cell Phones visit www.iFreeCellPhones.com | Thanks to Palm Pre Blog, Free MMORPG Games and Fat burning furnace review