TECHNE 5 (2013): Environment emergency
Research and Experimentation
From design to management: a benchmarking process for the energy efficiency of buildings
Published May 13, 2013
- Environmental quality,
- Actual performance,
- Energy efficiency,
- Energy consumption
How to Cite
Kimpian, J., Marrone, P., Martincigh, L., & Mumovic, D. (2013). From design to management: a benchmarking process for the energy efficiency of buildings. TECHNE - Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, (5), 162-169. https://doi.org/10.13128/Techne-12817
AbstractEnvironmental quality and energy efficiency are strategic objectives which can highlight the ‘effectiveness’ of design and technological choices, as well as the impact of management strategies and user behaviour. Studies show it is possible to narrow the gap between expected and actual energy consumption if technical performance, occupant behaviour, and management systems are considered together. In the United Kingdom, industries and universities have created ‘Carbon Buzz’ based on the principles of Evidence Based Design. Following on from this project, Rome Tre University, together with UCL and Aedas R&D, are developing a platform using structured data and comparisons to create a link between energy performance and CO2 emissions, and choices regarding design, technology, and management.
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