Design Professional's Guide to Zero Net Energy Buildings

Design Professional's Guide to Zero Net Energy Buildings

English | PDF | 2016 | 275 Pages | ISBN : 1610917650 | 5.58 MB

In this volume, the author draws from over 40 years of his own experience, and interviews with other industry experts, to lay out the principles for achieving ZNE buildings and the issues surrounding their development.
Eley emphasizes the importance of building energy use in achieving a sustainable future; describes how building energy use can be minimized through smart design and energy efficiency technologies; and presents practical information on how to incorporate renewable energy technologies to meet the lowered energy needs. The book identifies the building types and climates where meeting the goal will be a challenge and offers solutions for these special cases. It shows the reader, through examples and explanations, that these solutions are viable and cost-effective.


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