The Assessment of Energy of Residential Building of District Korkuteli/ANTALYA

Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering book series (LNCE, volume 7)

Abstract

Annual primary energy consumption for sustainable construction operation and maintenance costs is estimated to be approximately 30–40%. The issue of increasing energy efficiency in buildings has become increasingly important. In addition, residential buildings are being surveyed in terms of energy efficiency compared to other buildings (offices, factories, shopping malls, etc.,). In this study, in order to determine the energy performance of buildings, the values of energy performance of 480 dwellings with different typology and area constructed in different districts of Antalya/Korkuteli district were analyzed by Building Energy Performance Program (BEP-TR) program prepared by Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning. The BEP-TR program has been evaluated in terms of energy performance evaluation of heating, cooling, hot water, lighting and greenhouse gas emissions. Each letter code of the energy performance of housing has been investigated statistically average assessed. As a result, while the heating values varied from A to G from energy performance, only class C appeared in the greenhouse gas distribution. In addition, when the averages are examined, the energy class of all houses is “Class C”.

Keywords

Energy identity certificate Energy efficiency Energy performance of buildings program (BEP-TR) Energy performance of buildings 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Civil Engineering Department, Faculty of TechonologyGazi UniversityAnkaraTurkey
  2. 2.Director of Urban Planning and Urban PlanningKorkuteli/AntalyaTurkey

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