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COST AND ENERGY EFFICIENT MODERNIZATION OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS IN UKRAINE
Tetiana Rapina, Marjana Šijanec Zavrl, Henrik Gjerkeš, 2016, short scientific article

Abstract: Improvement of the energy efficiency of existing buildings in EU has great potential in the efforts to reduce energy consumption, which is with no doubt relevant issue also for Ukraine. In this article the importance of public building stock modernization was analysed with special focus on school buildings. The optimal cost methodology was used to evaluate not only the economic, but also environmental as well as social effects of school building stock modernization. In searching for the optimal level of energy-efficient modernization of school buildings in Ukraine, the European and Slovenian experiences were used. It is demonstrated that the sustainable reconstruction with the nearly-Zero Energy Building (nZEB) guidelines, as defined in EU regulations, is feasible with good results and can be recommended also for reconstruction of school buildings in Ukraine.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...Improvement of the energy efficiency of existing buildings in EU has great potential in the...
Keywords: cost optimum, energy efficiency, nearly zero energy building, building envelope, heating
Published: 15.04.2016; Views: 4067; Downloads: 0
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A Bottom-Up Building Stock Model for Tracking Regional Energy Targets—A Case Study of Kočevje
Marjana Šijanec-Zavrl, Gašper Stegnar, Andraž Rakušček, Henrik Gjerkeš, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: The paper addresses the development of a bottom-up building stock energy model (BuilS) for identification of the building stock renovation potential by considering energy performance of individual buildings through cross-linked data from various public available databases. The model enables integration of various EE and RES measures on the building stock to demonstrate long-term economic and environmental effects of different building stock refurbishment strategies. In the presented case study, the BuilS model was applied in the Kočevje city area and validated using the measured energy consumption of the buildings connected to the city district heating system. Three strategies for improving the building stock in Kočevje towards a more sustainable one are presented with their impact on energy use and CO2 emission projections up to 2030. It is demonstrated that the BuilS bottom-up model enables the setting of a correct baseline regarding energy use of the existing building stock and that such a model is a powerful tool for design and validation of the building stock renovation strategies. It is also shown that the accuracy of the model depends on available information on local resources and local needs, therefore acceleration of the building stock monitoring on the level of each building and continually upgrading of databases with building renovation information is of the utmost importance.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: bottom-up modelling, renovation scenarios, building stock, regional energy policy
Published: 25.10.2016; Views: 3015; Downloads: 203
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