A ‘net-zero’ building means the total amount of energy used by the building (annually) is equal to the amount of renewable energy created on-site.
Chatham University, an internationally recognized leader in sustainability, is home to the Falk School of Sustainability & Environment. The University’s Eden Hall Campus accommodates 1,500 students and is self-sustaining in every way. It produces zero carbon emissions and more energy than it consumes.
Constructed on a 388-acre plot of land, Eden Hall is the first university campus in the world designed from the ground up for the study of sustainable living, learning, and development, using the latest in environmentally responsible technology, design and innovation.
Wilo USA supported this ‘net-zero’ energy project on the East Coast by supplying two (2) Wilo-Stratos 1.25×3-30 circulators and four (4) Wilo-Stratos 1.25×3-35 circulators. These Wilo-Stratos Circulators have been installed to serve the solar collectors, radiant system, and main heating loop.