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dc.contributor.advisorKim Hyung Taek-
dc.contributor.authorJABBAROV VUGAR-
dc.description학위논문(석사)--Graduate School of International Studies Ajou University :융합에너지학과,2019. 2-
dc.description.tableofcontents1. CHAPTER ONE 1 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Motivation for study 2 1.3 Methodology 2 1.4 Method data of collection 3 1.5 Hypothesis. 3 1.6 Chapter outlines 3 2. CHAPTER TWO 5 2.1 Problems of energy saving in modern constructions. 5 2.2 The problems of the centralized heat supply 7 3. CHAPTER THREE 11 3.1 Analyzing benefits of District Heating. 11 3.2 Local and renewable energy. 12 3.3 Environmental prevention and controlling. 12 3.4 District Heating Benefits and comparison with other heating options. 14 3.4.1 Equipment and maintenance 14 3.4.2. Comfortableness. 14 3.4.3. Expenditures 14 3.5 Comparing efficiency with district heat supply and without DHS 15 4. CHAPTER FOUR-European methodology of energy efficiency assessment and certification of buildings 25 4.1 Brief description EE situation and Policy in Azerbaijan 25 4.2 EU standards for energy efficiency of buildings . 26 4.3 Requirements for the composition and form of the building energy passport. 34 4.4 The results of imposing EU standards in Azerbaijan 38 4.5 Benefits from Building Energy Certification for Azerbaijan 39 5. CHAPTER 5 42 CONCLUSIONS. 42 BIBLIOGRAPHY 43-
dc.publisherGraduate School of International Studies Ajou University-
dc.rights아주대학교 논문은 저작권에 의해 보호받습니다.-
dc.contributor.affiliation아주대학교 국제대학원-
dc.contributor.department국제대학원 융합에너지학과- 2-
dc.description.alternativeAbstractBuildings are central to meeting the sustainability challenge as they are responsible for 40% of CO2 emissions through the energy services they require. But in Azerbaijan the situation is different. In 2016 energy consumption in households was 39% of all energy consumed in the country. This is more than consumption of transport, industry and constructions. Approximately 85% of the energy consumed in residents for heating, cooling and warm water generation, which means that the potential for energy savings in this field is huge. We can improve the efficiency not only with heat and cooling supplying also with other methods and technologies, at the same time insulation of the old buildings. As we mentioned above, buildings energy consumption is very high in Azerbaijan. However, energy efficiency in buildings is lower than in European Union states. USSR period norms and standards remain today’s local construction industry. 17 these codes and standards are far below current energy efficiency standards and goals. Thereby old buildings from USSR times need to be insulated, supplying with District heating and meanwhile new constructed buildings must be built according to high and new EE standards. Advancement of renewable energy, energy efficiency and GHG rebate study, the energy saving potential in the residential sector was estimated to be about 7000 kWh. One of the main issue must be to achieve EE and energy saving improvement in building sector is the adjust and renew of the regulation(codes, norms, standards) for saving and increasing energy efficiency that will include distinctly figured out and technically practicable EE requirements for new constructed buildings, and especially, the indicators of specific consumption of energy resources in this building or structure (energy intensity, thermal resistance of walls, windows).-
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