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Wells Fargo's Net Positive Campus

When Wells Fargo moved its offices to Las Colinas, it had a specific goal in mind—for its building to achieve LEED Platinum and be net zero. In this episode, Nate DeVore, Vice President of Corgan’s Commercial Studio, gives us an inside look at how Wells Fargo teamed up with Corgan to plan and design the first net-positive corporate campus ever built in the U.S.

Comprised of two office towers totaling 800,000+ square feet along with a 4,000-square foot parking garage, Corgan collected empirical research, ran energy models, and analyzed data to calculate how the building could reach 5% above net zero by reducing energy usage intensity (EUI) per year—designing a building that produced more energy on-site than it consumes. Discover how Corgan incorporated innovative energy initiatives, including solar panels, electricity, efficient equipment, sustainable building materials, natural sunlight, and self-tinting windows to reduce carbon emissions and reach a net positive. Join us to learn about sustainable design and how corporations are finding new ways to protect our environment.

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