Energy Usage Optimization in Zero Energy Building to Reduce Dependency on Conventional Sources
Keywords:Zero Energy Building, Net-zero Energy Buildings, Renewable Sources, Energy Optimization.
As Net-zero energy buildings (NZEBs) have been proposed as a viable method for reducing building energy utilization and pollutant emissions. To achieve the desired performing goal, the layouts and capabilities of the integrated renewable energy systems in NZEBs should be carefully chosen. The persistent rise in global energy demand as a result of industrial advancement and population expansion is presently a massive source of concern. The goal of this project is to develop an ideal design technique for a zero-energy building that takes into account the building's energy output and usage. Solar power production was determined to be the most significant element.
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