TD Bank Net-Zero Energy Bank

The TD Bank Net-Zero Energy Bank is the first net-zero energy bank to be developed in the United States. It is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The net-zero energy bank meets the U.S. Department of Energy's definition of a net-zero energy building because of its energy-efficient design. The bank also has on-site rooftop and ground-mounted solar panels. The net-zero energy bank is targeting LEED Platinum certification.
Developers: 
n/a
Investors: 
TD Bank
Financing Mechanisms: 
Unknown
Environmental Commodities: 
Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SRECs)
Commodities Availability: 
Unknown
Project Status: 
Operational
Project Mission: 
Efficiency
GHG Avoidance
Renewable Generation
Sustainability
Project Impact: 
The TD Bank Net-Zero Energy Bank, which is connected to the local utility grid, requires 97,000 kWh of electricity per year but it will produce a minimum of 100,000 kWh of electricity per year.