User acceptance of cost-effective energy and carbon emissions optimization in building renovation.

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User acceptance of cost-effective energy and carbon emissions optimization in building renovation. / Blomsterberg, Åke; Pedersen, Eja; Baptista, Nuno; Fragoso, R.

IEA ECB Annex 56, 2015.

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Blomsterberg, Åke ; Pedersen, Eja ; Baptista, Nuno ; Fragoso, R. / User acceptance of cost-effective energy and carbon emissions optimization in building renovation. IEA ECB Annex 56, 2015.

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TY - BOOK

T1 - User acceptance of cost-effective energy and carbon emissions optimization in building renovation.

AU - Blomsterberg, Åke

AU - Pedersen, Eja

AU - Baptista, Nuno

AU - Fragoso, R

PY - 2015

Y1 - 2015

N2 - To meet EU energy and climate targets, energy efficiency of the existing building stock must be drasticallyimproved. Within IEA ECB Annex 56 one of the best practice energy renovations is a group of multi-familybuildings in Sweden, recently thoroughly renovated. Residents' perception of renovations and appraisal ofimplemented measures were captured by interviews with tenants and a literature review. Residents'possible acceptance of energy renovations are related to improvements that are directly experienced andvisible. Resident participation is beneficial. Crucial is the collaboration between all stakeholders. Long-termenvironmental benefits or financial gains are arguments that might not be sufficient.

AB - To meet EU energy and climate targets, energy efficiency of the existing building stock must be drasticallyimproved. Within IEA ECB Annex 56 one of the best practice energy renovations is a group of multi-familybuildings in Sweden, recently thoroughly renovated. Residents' perception of renovations and appraisal ofimplemented measures were captured by interviews with tenants and a literature review. Residents'possible acceptance of energy renovations are related to improvements that are directly experienced andvisible. Resident participation is beneficial. Crucial is the collaboration between all stakeholders. Long-termenvironmental benefits or financial gains are arguments that might not be sufficient.

M3 - Report

BT - User acceptance of cost-effective energy and carbon emissions optimization in building renovation.

PB - IEA ECB Annex 56

ER -