08 Jul 2013

Certified Green Construction Market Strong in Down Economy

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Green is moving from a niche to the mainstream. The total value of certified green onstruction worldwide in 2011 is estimated at nearly $70 billion. According to new search eport from industrial and energy market research ublisher SBI Energy, the market is anticipated to reach almost $150 billion by 2016, and $294 billion by 2021.

More harbingers of this growing industry: Non-residential buildings have the major share in the market at $51 billion in 2011, ut green homes currently represent the fastest growing segment of green constructionthe market value of LEED ertified homes jumped from $39 million in 2007 to $17.15 billion in 2011.

“Interest in joining the market is growing, “notes Shelley Carr, publisher of SBI Energy. “Regulatory instruments, governmental initiatives and financial support mechanisms, together with growing consumer awareness and expectations, all put pressure on construction market participants to adopt more green practices.”

“The role of buildings in energy efficiency policy is expected to grow in the next few years as well, both at the national level and globally,” said Carr. “In addition to addressing environmental concerns, the development of a green constr-uction market also has important socio-economic implications. It is estimated that investments in improved energy efficiency of buildings can generate an additional 2 to 3.5 million green jobs in Europe and the United States alone.”

and Construction, 3rd Edition, from SBI Energy, provides detailed market data and forecasts through 2021. This new third edition classifies and quantifies the industry in maturing markets. Combining green building materials and construction market analysis in one report, SBI author/analyst Lena Kowalska presents separate analysis (market size, drivers and barriers) for each green construction market segment: green buildings, green homes, commercial green interiors and green buildings operation. The report also presents residential and non-residential expenditures.

About SBI Energy SBI Energy, a division of MarketResearch.com, publishes research reports in the industrial, energy, building/construction, and automotive/transportation markets. SBI Energy also offers a full range of custom research services.

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