印度的居住建筑: 能耗预测和节能潜力

Technical Report / Report / 2014/09/23 / India / English
Authors: GBPN & CEPT

一个新的情景分析证明了印度如果采用非常积极的居住建筑能效政策及市场驱动手段可以实现其未来建筑领域能源需求的减少。数据表明,如果按现在的趋势发展,居住建筑领域的能耗将增加到现在的八倍。该研究表明,如果开始发展居住建筑领域的能效策略并为政策制定者提出合理建议,这种极坏的情景是可以被避免的并可以实现未来可持续的发展。

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A building should be regarded as a residential building when more than hald of the floor area is used for dwelling purposes. Other buildings should be regarded as non-residential. Two types of residential buildings can be distinguished: 1.) Houses (ground-oriented residential buildings): comprising all types of houses (detached, semi-detached, terraced houses, houses built in a row, etc.) each dwelling of which has its own entrance directly from the ground surface; 2.) other residential buildings: comprising all residential buildings other than ground-oriented residential buildings as defined above. [Source: OECD Glossary of Statistical Terms]