Low Energy Building

22-01-2015 | GlobalSouth-East AsiaSouth-East Asia

Mainstreaming high-performance buildings could deliver a 124% return on investment globally through building-related energy cost savings by 2050 says a new comprehensive assessment study of the costs and benefits of low energy building pathways published by the GBPN.

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Report bundle / Low Energy Buildings / Europe, United States, Global, China, India, 中国, 印度, 欧洲, 美国, 全球, South-East Asia, South-East Asia

Authors: GBPN和欧洲中央大学气候变化与可持续能源政策中心

本报告根据三个情景设定(深度能效情景、冰冻能效情景、中度能效情景),分析了中国、欧盟、印度和美国建筑行业的节能潜力。研究表明,2050年前,在建筑面积增加127%的情况下,建筑最终能源消耗可在增加111%或者减少三分之一的区间变化。要达到最佳的节能情景需要在全球范围内推广、应用当今最佳的建筑节能政策。

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Why a Knowledge Pyramid?

19-02-2013 | Anne-Claire Bellec | Global, 全球, South-East Asia, South-East Asia
Categories: Communications

When we began to think about the development of the GBPN Knowledge Platform, one of our major priorities was to provide our various audiences with relevant and tailored made information on building performance best practice policies. Addressing different stakeholders’ information needs was one of our key objectives.

Not only did we imagine presenting the information in a distinctive way through interactive features and tools, we also had in mind to create a Knowledge Pyramid of information: offering 10 levels of reports that would answer different information needs. 

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Report bundle / Low Energy Buildings / Global, 全球, South-East Asia, South-East Asia

Authors: Center for Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Policy, Central European University commissioned by GBPN

Three scenarios explain the potential for the buildings sector to mitigate energy consumption in China, the EU, India and the USA.  Depending on the scenario, by 2050, final energy use can increase 111% or can decrease by one-third, even with an increase in floor area of 127%.  The ambitious scenario shows the benefit of taking today’s best practice to a global scale.

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