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Publikācija: Energy Consumption and Retrofitting Potential of Latvian Unclassified Buildings

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Nosaukums oriģinālvalodā Energy Consumption and Retrofitting Potential of Latvian Unclassified Buildings
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Autori Anatolijs Borodiņecs
Aleksandrs Geikins
Aleksejs Prozuments
Atslēgas vārdi energy efficiency, Unclassified buildings
Anotācija Most of the urban housing stock in Latvia as well as in major part of EU cities consists of apartment multistory buildings. The improvements in energy efficiency of these buildings are the key priorities in many countries. However, unclassified buildings have a significant potential for the application of innovative energy efficient measures. This study analyzes the energy consumption of such buildings as military buildings, police departments, and fire stations, with particular attention on retrofitting options for fire station. Similar to apartment buildings these type of buildings are connected to centralized district heating systems. In the scope of this paper energy consumption of unclassified buildings were analyzed based on statistic data. In addition, the impact of renovation measures on energy consumption was analyzed. The fire station was selected as majority of such buildings have a similar floor plan layout and usage profile
DOI: 10.1007/978-981-32-9868-2_27
Hipersaite: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-981-32-9868-2_27 
Atsauce Borodiņecs, A., Geikins, A., Prozuments, A. Energy Consumption and Retrofitting Potential of Latvian Unclassified Buildings. No: Sustainability in Energy and Buildings: Proceedings of SEB 2019. Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies. Vol.163, Ungārija, Budapest, 4.-5. jūlijs, 2019. Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd., 2020, 319.-326.lpp. ISBN 978-981329867-5. e-ISBN 978-981-32-9868-2. ISSN 2190-3018. e-ISSN 2190-3026. Pieejams: doi:10.1007/978-981-32-9868-2_27
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