Net Zero Energy Projects

CMTA is the nation’s leader in designing Net Zero Energy (NZE) projects.  A NZE project annually generates all energy consumed with an on-site renewable energy source, typically solar.  To date, CMTA has designed or consulted on 16 NZE projects in nine states. Nine are now operational and seven are currently in construction or design.  New Buildings Institute’s 2014 Report, Getting to Zero, documents that the second and third largest NZE projects in the U.S. were designed by CMTA.

Richardsville Elementary – First Net Zero Energy School in the United States
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Opened 2010 – Operational

Academic Building, Locust Trace AgriScience Campus
Lexington, Kentucky
Opened 2011 – Operational

The Center for a Sustainable Future – LEED Platinum
Adrian, Michigan
Opened 2013 – Operational

Lee Elementary
Dallas, Texas
Opened 2014 – Operational

Discovery Elementary
Arlington, Virginia
Opened September 8, 2015

Toyota of Corvallis
Corvallis, Oregon
Opened 2016

District Three Police Station
Cincinnati, Ohio
Opened July 2015

Wilde Lake Middle School
Columbia, Maryland
Opened January 2017
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