Various organizations like LEED offer different certifications for energy-efficient buildings. ILFI also runs a Zero Energy certification program for high-performance buildings that focus on energy. Energy-efficient homes are not just a fad, but also becoming the norm with each passing day.
For example, all residential constructions will be net-zero energy in California by 2020. Commercial constructions will also have to follow the same path, becoming net-zero energy by 2030. It's only a matter of time before other states and cities in the USA also walk in the same direction.
Energy modeling lays the foundation of green and net-zero buildings. You can determine the energy consumption, efficiency and savings of your building only by creating energy models that help you make more informed design decisions. We take the help of energy modeling to enable you to get closer to your aim of achieving certification goals effectively.