A Review on Various Designing Techniques Used for Net Zero Energy Buildings
Keywords:NZEBs, Renewable Energy Sources (RES), Energy-Efficiency
Net-zero energy buildings (NZEBs) were proposed as a viable solution for reducing building energy usage and contamination emission levels. To achieve the desired specific objective, the setups and abilities of the deployed RES in NZEBs should be carefully chosen. The goal of this project is to develop an optimized design approach for a zero-energy building that takes into account the building's usage of energy. The continuous expansion of international energy demand as a result of industrialization and growing populations is presently a major source of concern.
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