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TitleCost optimal strategies for the renovation of residential neighbourhoods towards energy and emissions neutrality – Rainha Dona Leonor case study
Author(s)Ferreira, Marco António Pedrosa Santos
Almeida, Manuela Guedes de
Rodrigues, Ana
KeywordsCost Optimal Strategies
Energy Performance of Buildings
European Building Stock
Residential renovation
Issue dateJul-2015
CitationFerreira M., Almeida M. G., Rodrigues A. Cost optimal strategies for the renovation of residential neighbourhoods towards energy and emissions neutrality – Rainha Dona Leonor case study, EURO ELECS 2015, Vol. volume 3, Issue Chapter 12: Policies and strategies for a sustainable built environment, pp. 1706-1714, 978‐989‐96543‐8‐9, 2015
Abstract(s)Buildings are one of the major consumers of energy in Europe. This makes them an important target when aiming to reduce the energy consumptions and carbon emissions. The majority of the European building stock has already some decades and so it needs renovation in order to keep its functionality. Taking advantage of these interventions, the energy performance of the buildings may also be improved. In Portugal the renovation techniques, both regarding energy efficiency measures as well as measures for the use of renewable energy sources, are normally planned at the building scale. It is important to explore the possibility of having large scale interventions, has it has been done in other countries, namely at neighbourhood scale with district energy system in order to optimize the results in terms of costs and environmental impact.
TypeConference paper
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/39452
ISSN978‐989‐96543‐8‐9
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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