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 Title & Authors
Remodeling Techniques for Reducing Greenhouse Gases Emissions in Existing Buildings
Kwon, Chul-Hwan; Park, Jong-Sup;
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 Abstract
There are only 10 projects of the domestic greenhouse gas(GHG) emissions trading scheme in building sector (i.e., 1.5% of 652 registered projects) because the certified methodologies to reduce GHG emissions can not be applied to building sector. This study presents remodeling techniques to reduce GHG emissions in existing buildings. First of all, preconditions and related regulations were reviewed. And then, a pool of factors for GHG reduction are selected and evaluated with respect to factors for reducing energy consumption. This study also investigates the criteria and the decision making process for remodeling techniques to reduce GHG emissions. Finally, the remodeling techniques using the decision making process were grouped based on redundancy of each effect. If reducing methodologies for GHG offset program can be developed using the analyzed remodeling techniques in this study, registered projects in building sector would be increase.
 Keywords
greenhouse gases reduction;building energy;reducing methodology;remodeling technique;decision making process;
 Language
Korean
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