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Net Zero-Energy Buildings have been the object of numerous studies in recent years as various countries have set this performance level as a long-term goal of their energy policies. This book presents a unique study of 30 NZEBs that have been constructed and have had their performance measured for at least 12 months. The study is based upon an international collaborative research initiated by the International Energy Agency - the Solar Heating and Cooling Programme (SHC). It is the first book to evaluate building strategies in houses, educational buildings and offices that have been demonstrated to work in practice. It examines how the design challenges of climate and building type have been addressed, and to what extent the various design approaches have been successful.

This book presents convincing evidence that a careful re-thinking of conventional design norms can achieve a far greater performance benefit than is normally feasible. It identifies `solution sets? that work at the whole building level and at the individual building design challenge level for each climate and building type. In doing so, the book provides guidance as to how to improve the design by learning from these cases.

Unusually for a book of this type it has examples of buildings in what are conventionally labeled "hot" and "cold" climates. A simple process is proposed for the reader to commission the analysis of their own climate to assess not only the conventional measure of how hot or cold or humid it is, but also to assess its suitability to support other NZEB technical challenge solutions sets such as Daylight or Natural Ventilation or comfort based climate conditioning.


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Solution Sets for Net Zero Energy Buildings: Feedback from 30 Buildings Worldwide (Solar Heating and Cooling) Michael Donn


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The objective of the project was to study current net-zero, near net-zero and very low energy buildings and to develop a common understanding, a methodology, tools, innovative solutions and industry guidelinesHeating DemandThe analysis on the nZEBs heating demand were made according their HDD and in relation to the use of the buildings and construction typology, as shown in Figure 3.It can be pointed out that the coefficient of determination of the regression (R2) is very low in all cases (new or renovated and residential or non-residential buildings)Case Studies Note: the charts include the buildings according to the collected informationThe analysis is conducted in 17 European countries presenting different climatic conditions, building regulations and local nZEB definitionsA simple process is proposed for the reader to commission the analysis of their own climate to assess not only the conventional measure of how hot or cold or humid it is, but also to assess its suitability to support other NZEB technical challenge solutions sets such as Daylight or Natural Ventilation or comfort based climate conditioningFigure 11

Heating systems technologies trend according to climatic zonesFigure 9Energy use and emissions from buildings include both direct, onsite use of fossil fuels and indirect use from electricity, district heating/cooling systems and embodied energy in construction materialsTowards Nearly Zero Energy Buildings in Europe; Publications Office of the European Union: Luxembourg, 2016[Google Scholar]Department of Development and Planning; Aalborg University4.7Incremental improvements will take too long, a paradigm shift towards zero is necessary, at both the building AND the community scaleSensors Separations Sinusitis Social Sciences Societies Sports Sustainability Symmetry Systems Technologies Toxics Toxins TropicalMed Universe Urban Science Vaccines Veterinary Sciences Viruses Vision Water Section --- Special Issue --- Advanced Advanced Indexed in: Scopus Volume 7, Issue 2 Article Menu Article Versions Abstract Full-Text PDF [7791 KB] Full-Text HTML Full-Text XML Full-Text Epub Article Versions Notes Related Info Article Statistics Google Scholar Order Reprints More by Authors on DOAJ Paoletti, G Pascual Pascuas, R Pernetti, R Lollini, R on Google Scholar Paoletti, G Pascual Pascuas, R Pernetti, R Lollini, R on PubMed Paoletti, G Pascual Pascuas, R Pernetti, R Lollini, R Export Article BibTeX EndNote RIS Altmetrics Create a SciFeed alert for new publications With following keywords nearly Zero Energy Buildings construction features technology solution sets By following authors Giulia Paoletti Ramon Pascual Pascuas Roberta Pernetti Roberto Lollini Advanced options Email: Freq: Daily Weekly Monthly One email with all search results One email for each search Load new image Cancel /ajax/scifeed/subscribe Quick Links Open Access This article is freely available re-usable Buildings 2017, 7(2), 43; doi:10.3390/buildings7020043 Article Nearly Zero Energy Buildings: An Overview of the Main Construction Features across Europe Giulia Paoletti *, Ramn Pascual Pascuas, Roberta Pernetti and Roberto Lollini EURAC Research, Institute for Renewable Energy, Viale Druso 1, 39100 Bolzano, Italy * Correspondence: Tel.: +39-0471-055-661 Academic Editors: Francesco Guarino and Sonia Longo Received: 28 March 2017 / Accepted: 23 May 2017 / Published: 31 May 2017 Abstract: Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (nZEBs) represent the backbone to achieve ambitious European goals in terms of energy efficiency and CO2 emissions reductionDeliverable 5.1: Nearly Zero-Energy Building (nZEB) Technology Solutions, Cost Assessment and Performance3- Best orientation can save up to 50% of heating and cooling energy

PV on individual buildings was the second-to-last choice in both cities, beating only solar thermal electricity in Chicago, and wind on purchased land in Phoenix (see graph)In particular, the HDD strongly affect the envelope thermal transmittance: buildings located in cold winters (high value of HDD) present reduced envelope U-value in both opaque and transparent parts, as shown in Figure 5.On the contrary, as shown in Figure 6, Figure 7 and Figure 8, the thermal transmittance of the envelope components in nZEBs result in being very similar in different climate zonesClose Save changes Loading please waitVirgin Islands (British) Wallis and Futuna Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe Job Role: Please selectIn fact, only 3.5% of the respondents selected the adaptability to climatic context as an important criteria for adopting a specific technology, while the investment costs (27%), energy performance (16%) and operational cost (14%) were the preferred ones.The heating demand analysis shows that energy efficiency technological solutions are selected independently to the climate condition

Share of cooling system typologies used in selected nZEBs (a total of 101 buildings with cooling systems)Nonetheless, in each climate rigidity, the interquartile ranges (i.e., central rectangle that includes the 50% of the heating demand values) of new buildings result in being more compact and lower than the renovated onesThese systems permit recovering heat or cold from the outgoing air to pre-heat or pre-cool the incoming fresh airComments Challenges of Net-Zero Buildi Permalink Submitted by Ibrahim El-Shair on Mon 3/10/2014 - 04:16 1- Net-zero is very difficult for buildings of more than four storiesShare of installation of PV and solar thermal systemsA risk of focusing on the community is that the efficiency of individual buildings will get short shriftSample NZEB: Steinhude Sea Recreation Facility, Steinhude, Germany.Photo credit: Peter HubbeLicensee MDPI, Basel, SwitzerlandNetherlands Change My Account Cart Home Subjects About Wiley Contact Us Help Search Form Search Input Passive SolutionsPassive solutions in buildings are climate-based design measures used to reduce the energy demand of the building by exploiting the natural resources available in the context (e.g., daylighting, natural ventilation, night cooling, etc.).The use of these strategies result in being very important in high-energy efficient buildings, as their implementation can produce an important decrease of the energy demand

The $20 million dollars spent covering the roof in roughly 400,000 ft2 (37,000 m2) of PV and solar thermal provides about 7.8% of the total campus energy use[Google Scholar]Tsikaloudaki, K.; Laskos, K.; Bikas, DFigure 10 shows the use of low and high density insulating materials in walls and roofs according to the HDD and CDD.From a technical point of view, we expected a higher use of insulating materials with high thermal mass in warm climates [23]Mithun has explored several projects that could become urban ecodistricts, linking together many different buildings and uses, owned by separate entities, into a coordinated networkNext Article in Journal A Model to Assess the Feasibility of PublicPrivate Partnership for Social Housing Next Article in Special Issue Outdoor Characterization of Phase Change Materials and Assessment of Their Energy Saving Potential to Reach NZEB This should include, the Wiley title(s), and the specific portion of the content you wish to re-use (e.g figure, table, text extract, chapter, page numbers etc), the way in which you wish to re-use it, the circulation/print run/number of people who will have access to the content and whether this is for commercial or academic purposesA more inclusive scope In Freiburg, Germany, the Vauban district is recognized internationally for its efforts to discourage car ownership and promote alternative transportationSource Book Volume 2: Modelling, Design, and Optimization Net Zero Energy BuildingsAndreas Athienitis, William OBrien, Wiley, 2015Order Publication Concerning the active solutions, the recurrent technologies are the mechanical ventilation, with a share of 89% in the sample and a high penetration of heat recovery systems (able to supply heating, DHW and cooling demand) 07f867cfac



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