net-positive energy

Kendeda Building energy numbers very net positive

The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design aspires to perform at net-positive energy. Generating seven times the power it uses on a sunny afternoon doesn’t mean it’ll stay no-positive for a full year, but it’s definitely a good sign.

Building a sustainable 2050 world, today

Georgia Tech scientist Kim Cobb: The path to a carbon neutral campus is daunting. It will take every ounce of commitment from the campus administration, and every ounce of ingenuity on the part of our faculty, staff, and students to make it happen. And where do we even start?