Climate change is going to have significant impacts among a wide range of areas and domains, including the building sector, characterized by constructions which may not be designed to be resilient to the evolutions in the warming climate that will occur in the next decades. The chapter investigates methodologies and approaches connected to the assessment of the effects of climate change to the energy use within the building sector. Methodologies are compared and the most relevant future trends expected are traced for the current century.

Guarino, F., Longo, S., Mistretta, M., Cellura, M. (2020). Energy Use in the Building Sector and Climate Change: Modeling, Developments, and Future Trends. In A.M.A. Walter Leal Filho (a cura di), Affordable and Clean Energy (pp. 1-15).

Energy Use in the Building Sector and Climate Change: Modeling, Developments, and Future Trends

Guarino, Francesco;Longo, Sonia;Mistretta, Marina;Cellura, Maurizio
2020-01-01

Abstract

Climate change is going to have significant impacts among a wide range of areas and domains, including the building sector, characterized by constructions which may not be designed to be resilient to the evolutions in the warming climate that will occur in the next decades. The chapter investigates methodologies and approaches connected to the assessment of the effects of climate change to the energy use within the building sector. Methodologies are compared and the most relevant future trends expected are traced for the current century.
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Guarino, F., Longo, S., Mistretta, M., Cellura, M. (2020). Energy Use in the Building Sector and Climate Change: Modeling, Developments, and Future Trends. In A.M.A. Walter Leal Filho (a cura di), Affordable and Clean Energy (pp. 1-15).
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