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Largest Net-Zero Building in the World

When the Darla Moore School of Business is completed next year, the University of South Carolina will have 1.2 million square feet of green building space. The Moore School will be the largest net-zero building in the world.

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4 thoughts on “Largest Net-Zero Building in the World

  1. Yes Jerry, that what they said about getting to the moon, centralized distribution of energy, wood-gas powering IC engines during WW2,and Robert Stirling’s inventions including Tesla & Edison & Franklin…

  2. Dr. Koman mentions offsets, but doesn’t mention what kind or how many. The term ‘net zero building’ ought to be reserrved for buildings that are really net zero energy on-site. Otherwise, any rich folks and institutions with donors that have deep pockets can claim net zero energy for just about any building.

  3. USC is to be commended for this ambitious project, however:

    • Use of offsets is just not kosher.

    • The NREL Research Support Facility in Golden CO is significantly larger (360,000 SF) and is a true zero net energy building (no cheating with offsets).

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