Discover Park Zero Energy Lab Building

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Discover Park Zero Energy Lab Building

Construction on UNT’s new facility began in July 2011. 

The structure has a number of advanced energy technologies integrated into its 1,200 square-foot space, including a geothermal heat pump, a radiant heated floor slab, solar panels, a building energy monitoring and control system and a rainwater collection system, to name a few. Outside, the facility has a residential-scale wind turbine and an electric vehicle charging station. The doors, windows, roof and supporting energy efficient equipment are designed to be easily expanded and exchanged so that researchers can analyze new building materials.


3920 N. Elm St.
Denton, TX 76207


Mnemonic: DPZO

Building #: 198

Physical Attributes

Year Built: 2012

Floors: 1 floor


Gross Square Footage: 1,441 sq. ft.

Floor Plans

Floor plans are now provided by the Office of Space Management. To request access to floor plans, click here.