• Rasmus Christiansen
  • Kristoffer Marseen Primsø
  • Alma Dagbjört Ívarsdóttir
4. semester, Bygningers Energidesign, Kandidat (Kandidatuddannelse)
The Danish government has aimed to become independent of fossil fuels by 2050. Reducing the energy consumption in the existing buildings stock is crucial to achieve this. Single-family houses account for nearly 45% of the current building stock, and houses from 1961-1978 were found to show the greatest energy saving potential.
Motivating single-family homeowners to perform energy renovation is therefore one of the main goal in the years to come. This thesis revolves around the creation and development of a decision-making tool called TREE; Tool for Renovating Energy Efficiently.
The tool should motivate and inspire single-family homeowners to perform energy renovation while improving their indoor environment.
Udgivelsesdato13 jan. 2017
Antal sider181
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