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Zero carbon Australia buildings plan.

Author: Beyond Zero Emissions,; University of Melbourne. Melbourne Energy Institute,
Publisher: Fitzroy, Victoria : Beyond Zero Emissions Melbourne Energy Institute, The University of Melbourne, 2013. ©2013
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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This is the culmination of dozens of researchers working for several years, often on a voluntary basis. With great dedication and talent, the result is a valuable report outlining how energy use in Australia's buildings can be halved in 10 years.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Beyond Zero Emissions,; University of Melbourne. Melbourne Energy Institute,
ISBN: 9780646907352 0646907352
OCLC Number: 893328028
Description: xviii, 221 pages : colour illustrations, maps ; 30 cm
Contents: Part 1: Introduction and overview. The case for change --
A paradigm shift versus incremental change --
The role of energy efficiency --
The future is renewable energy --
Going fossil-gas-free --
The zero carbon Australia buildings plan --
Part 2: Factors influencing energy in buildings. Energy building regulations, standards and policies --
Existing energy efficiency measures, and their impacts on Australia --
Side effects of energy efficiency measures --
Business-as-usual projections --
Energy prices forecast --
Part 3: Low-energy building technologies and strategies. Improving the thermal performance of the building envelope --
Building space cconditioning --
Electrical appliances and services --
Hot water systems Residential building energy management --
Onsite electricity generation --
Smart grid --
Part 4: Zero carbon buildings proposals. Building stock segmentation --
Representative cases --
Part 5: Summary of modelling findings. Residential --
Non-residential --
Onsite energy generation --
Part 6: Economic analysis. Residential sector --
Non-residential sector --
Stationary energy plan implications --
Labour estimates.

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This is the culmination of dozens of researchers working for several years, often on a voluntary basis. With great dedication and talent, the result is a valuable report outlining how energy use in Australia's buildings can be halved in 10 years.

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