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Identifying, Prioritizing, Measuring and Verifying Clean Energy Solutions for Korea`s Public Building Renewable Energy Obligation Policy
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 Title & Authors
Identifying, Prioritizing, Measuring and Verifying Clean Energy Solutions for Korea`s Public Building Renewable Energy Obligation Policy
Lee, Kwang Seob; Kang, Eun Chul; DA CUNHA, Ivor Francis; Lin, Cheng-Xian; Lee, Euy Joon;
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 Abstract
Under the Renewable Heat Obligation (RHO) public buildings in the Republic of Korea larger than must achieve an 11% overall reduction to thermal energy consumption. Well intended solutions have been proposed. However, not all option is evaluated on the same basis, potentially resulting in incomplete or sub-optimal solutions. What`s more once projects are implemented, there are inconsistencies in the methods used to measure and evaluate operating performance of the post-retrofit case. The RETScreen decision tools and methodology can be used by decision makers, policy developers, architects, engineers and community leaders to evaluate and select the most effective solutions for Korea`s RHO needs.
 Keywords
RETScreen;Renewable Energy Obligation (REO);Energy Modelling;GSHP;Solar Thermal;Measurement and Verification;Monitoring Targeting and Reporting (MT&R);
 Language
English
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International Energy Agency, 2011, " Energy-efficient Buildings: Heating and Cooling Equipment," Paris.

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Canadian Geoexchange Coalition, 2012, "Canadian Geothermal Heat Pump Industry Technology Roadmap," Montreal.