New Buildings Institute’s annual zero energy status update and zero energy buildings list.
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"Thermal mass is most useful in locations that have large swings of temperature from day to night, such as desert climates. Even if the thermal mass does not prevent heat energy from flowing into or out of occupied spaces, like insulation would, it can slow the heat flow so much that it helps people's comfort rather than causing discomfort."
Article by Autodesk on massing and orientation as important design factors to consider for passive cooling.