Smart and sustainable building appraisal

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Mir Sayed Shah Danish
Tomonobu Senjyu
Masooma Nazari
Hameedullah Zaheb
Thabit Salim Nassor
Sayed Mir Shah Danish
Hedayatullah Karimy

Abstract

In general terms, energy efficiency and conservation appraisal aspire to deliver an insatiable energy demand with less energy within the most significant amount of conservation and environmental benefits at the lowest possible price. Sustainable planning and design rely on a series of multi-disciplines: technical, technological, social, political, environmental, ecological, economic, institutional, and global restrictions that abstruse viable decision-making. Recent reports indicate that the residential building sector consumes 40% of the total energy and emits 30% of greenhouse gas (GHGs) worldwide. Thus accordingly, energy consumption in buildings is estimated at one-third of total primary energy resources. Therefore, proper modeling and optimization of a sustainable building in terms of energy efficiency and saving become a matter of focus. This paper explores an emerging picture of influential factors in the context of hands-on roadmap for energy-efficient and smart city planners, practitioners, scholars, and researchers. This study reviews the main points and proposes a framework in detail in the upcoming studies. Meanwhile, another objective of this paper was to introduce the most crucial indicators of energy-efficient building planning, design, and optimization to draw an exhaustive roadmap in compliance with resiliency, sustainability, and efficiency criteria throughout the lifecycle of a sustainable building.

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Danish, M. S. S., Senjyu, T. ., Nazari , M. ., Zaheb, H. ., Nassor, T. S. ., Danish , S. M. S. . and Karimy, H. . (2021) “Smart and sustainable building appraisal”, Journal of Sustainable Energy Revolution. Okinawa, Japan, 2(1), pp. 1-5. doi: 10.37357/1068/jser.2.1.01.
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Energy Resources and Technologies
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Mir Sayed Shah Danish, University of the Ryukyus

 

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