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Proceedings of BSA Conference 2017: Third Conference of IBPSA-Italy

     

Development of an Energy Performance Benchmark Using Quantitative Analysis of Energy Consumption of Office Buildings

HyeGi Kim, SunSook Kim

Abstract: Building energy benchmarking is a system to evaluate and compare the energy performance of a building over time, relatively to other similar buildings, or to a reference building, which can be used to continuously manage the energy performance of the building. An energybenchmarking model is a mechanism to develop the benchmarks necessary for the benchmarking process. It should be selected appropriately considering the availability of building energy performance information and building specification data. The purpose of this study is to develop an energy performance-benchmarking model for existing office buildings by analysing energy consumption data from the national building energy consumption database (DB) in Korea. The results of this study can be used as the energy performance evaluation and diagnostic criteria for existing office buildings
Pages: 565 - 571
Paper:
bsa2017_9788860461360_69