1 edition of Energy efficient refurbishment of low rise housing found in the catalog.
Energy efficient refurbishment of low rise housing
by Energy Efficiency Office
Written in English
|Series||Good practice case study -- 249, Best practice programme|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Energy Efficiency Office.|
The Broad Street development, located on the south-west edge of the city centre, will replace a disused office building in a low-rise district but, at m, it will eventually be the tallest. As energy prices continually rise, “low-income Energy efficiency households have stronger incentives to save energy than households with higher refurbishment incomes” (Martinsson et al., , pp. 5, ). Social motivation Social motivations incorporate a mixture of external and internal motivation factors, predominantly focusing on.
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Downloadable (with restrictions). The study aims to inform designers about a method for assessing the likely energy consequences of decisions open to them regarding refurbishment options for high-rise housing in the UK.
The TASÂ° thermal simulation computer program was used to predict the effects of various improvement measures for a first-floor and a tenth-floor flat. Abstract Energy efficient renovation of the existing housing stock is imperative to reduce building energy consumption since the building sector in Europe accounts for an estimated 40% of the.
Renewable energy sources-integrated refurbishment approach for low-rise residential prefabricated building in Belgrade, Serbia Article (PDF Available) in Indoor and Built Environment 25(7) July.
Colorado. Project: Evaluation of a Low-Rise Multifamily Retrofit — Boulder Building Component: Building envelope, lighting, appliances, water conservation Profile: A unit apartment complex underwent multiple energy retrofit measures, including attic and wall insulation, low-e windows, and energy-efficient appliances, to comply with the Boulder SmartRegs Ordinance.
Several scientific articles discuss non-technical barriers and policy instruments related to energy efficient building renovation.
However, they are seldom systematically categorized and hardly ever related to Russian context even if Russian housing provides remarkable potential for energy-efficiency improvements.
This paper identifies non-technical barriers to building energy renovations and Cited by: 2. GPG Energy efficient refurbishment of low rise non-traditional housing Publication Year Document Status Describes energy efficient refurbishment of low rise non-traditional housing, illustrated by a number of case studies.
Publisher Information Building Research Energy Conservation Support Unit. Now known as The Carbon Trust. In this study, a simulation-based multiobjective optimization was employed to minimize energy loads, reduce CO 2 emissions, and improve occupants’ health and comfort, considering cost effectiveness of the design approach on two buildings of different typology—high-rise and low-rise prefabricated buildings—in New Belgrade, Serbia.
A series of energy efficiency improvement measures was Cited by: 2. Introduction. About million households in England are currently estimated to be in fuel poverty, and with increasing energy cost, this figure is likely to rise.A household is classified as being fuel poor if a fuel bill in excess of 10% of income is required to maintain adequate domestic thermal comfort (living room: 21 °C, bedroom: 18 °C) in by: Teaching guide written for housing companies with details of case studies and advice on improving energy efficiency, often at low cost.
Creation of a model agreement between tenant associations and housing companies on how the costs of refurbishment should be shared. The UK government, responding to concerns over climate change impacts, has undertaken to reduce CO2 emissions to 80% of levels by This scale of reduction will require major improvements in the energy efficiency of the existing UK building stock, which is the dominant consumer of fossil fuel-generated energy.
Housing is a key sector, and since 70% of all current homes in the UK will Cited by: 8. Super energy-efficient social housing claims the RIBA Stirling Prize analysis of British achievements in the field of low-rise, high-density housing claims that the refurbishment.
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The SEK 1 billion financing will support the refurbishment to higher energy efficiency standards of social housing from the s and 70s.; Intervention include new windows, ventilation systems and low energy lighting, giving a second live to housing built under Sweden’s miljonprogrammet between ; The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a SEK 1 billion (EUR 95 million) loan.
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Experiences in Cologne: Energy-efficient refurbishment in residential buildings 1. WP2 Meeting I 19/01/18 I page WP2 Meeting I 19/01/18 I page THE GROWSMARTER PROJECT WP2 Webinar Low Energy Districts Christian Remacly, RheinEnergie AG André Esser, DEWOG 2.
quality, flexible and adaptable in application, and energy efficient in use. Steel and composite construction has achieved over 60% market share in this sector in some countries of Europe where the benefits of long spans, speed of construction, improved quality and reduced environmental impact have been recognised.In a conversation with Lisa Nelson, Vice President of Integrated Marketing and Customer Care for Emerson’s Measurement Solutions business, and Bridget Spencer, P.E., Department Manager Instrument Engineering and Design for Wood, we explore the various ways that today’s digital technology is changing and improving the engineering work process.xemplary refurbishment of a listed residential area E from the s: Boschetsrieder housing estate, MunichArchitects: Koch + Partner Annual quota of energy-efficiency refurbishments of.