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Explore green building products and the Net Zero Zone at Greenbuild Boston.

USGBC is always at the forefront of the green building industry, encouraging and rewarding the most efficient, sustainable methods and materials through LEED credits. LEED goes beyond single attributes to ensure that the we consider how the materials used in LEED-certified buildings impact human health and the environment.

The companies that develop these products are helping to transform our world into a healthier place to live. In a market where LEED-related construction spending, from 2015–2018, is expected to support 1.4 million jobs and generate $108.8 billion for the GDP, green products are also boosting the economy.

Inside the Expo Hall at Greenbuild, you'll find a wealth of innovative products and services from these companies. More than 600 exhibiting companies, from all areas of the sustainable building industry, will be showing off their latest technologies and solutions. Plus, the Expo Hall is a great way to meet other professionals in green building and do some networking.

We have several special pavilions mapped out on the floor, so that you can easily find what you're looking for, whether that's health and wellness, residential, or water solutions.

Returning for its fourth year is the unique Greenbuild Net Zero Zone, which showcases the components of a resilient building level hybrid AC/DC microgrid—part of the market forecast to grow into a $60 billion dollar industry within the next five years. USGBC has joined the call for all buildings to be net zero carbon by 2050, and the zone is a great place to network while learning more about how we can all get to zero.

Watch our video on the 2016 Greenbuild Net Zero Zone:

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