Zero Energy Buildings

正能量建筑

The positive energy buildings laboratory seeks to develop interactive support for the development of roadmaps for positive energy buildings. The laboratory aims to do this by building on the lessons learned from GBPN's comparative study of building energy efficiency codes and policy packages for new buildings (residential and commercial). The study highlighted two key areas that require further research in order to ensure the accurate comparison of building codes and increased compliance with those standards.  

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

Authors: GBPN

The GPBN has published the first objective criteria for comparing best approaches to energy efficiency building codes. The criteria, developed by experts and based on examples from around the world, are classified in an easy on-line tool designed to promote adoption of ambitious dynamic codes within a strong policy framework.

 

 

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

Authors: 全球建筑最佳实践联盟 (The GBPN)

GBPN出版了第一套用于比较最佳建筑节能规范的客观评定准则。通过采用了由国际专家们根据各国经验开发的衡量准则,GBPN开发了一套简易的网上比较工具。工具开发的目的是在强有力的政策框架下促进推广高水平的、动态的建筑节能规范的采用。

 

 

Positive Energy Buildings

In 2013, GBPN in partnership with the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) launched the 1 Billion m2 of Positive Energy Buildings Campaign. This campaign aims to support the significant up-scale of buildings that produce more energy than they consume globally. Such a paradigm shift in the building sector is necessary if we are to tackle the predicted climate change impacts of the historically unprecedented boom in new construction in emerging economies and to ensure the supply of affordable energy for all.

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