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Annual Energy Performance Evaluation of Zero Energy House Using Metering Data
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  • Journal title : KIEAE Journal
  • Volume 16, Issue 3,  2016, pp.113-119
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Ecological Architecture and Environment
  • DOI : 10.12813/kieae.2016.16.3.113
 Title & Authors
Annual Energy Performance Evaluation of Zero Energy House Using Metering Data
Lim, Hee-Won; Yoon, Jong-Ho; Shin, U-Cheul;
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 Abstract
Purpose: In this study, we evaluate the annual energy performance of the detached house which was designed with the aim of zero energy. Method: The experimental house which was constructed in Gonju Chungnam in 2013, is the single family detached house of light weight wood frame with of heating area. Thermal transmittance of roof (by ISO 10211) and building external walls are designed as and respectively and low-e coating vacuum window glazing with PVC frame was installed. Also grid connected PV system and natural-circulation solar water heater was applied and 6kWp capacity of photovoltaic module was installed in pitched roof and of solar collector in vertical wall facing the south. We analyzed the 2014 annual data of the detached house in which residents were actually living, measured though web-based remote monitoring system. Result: First, as a result, total annual energy consumption and energy production (PV generation and solar hot water) are 7,919kWh and 7,689kWh respectively and the rate of energy independence is 97.1% which is almost close to the zero energy. Second, plug load and hot water of energy consumption by category showed the highest numbers each with 33% and 31%, with following space heating 24%, electric cooker 8%, lighting 3% in order. Hot water supply is relatively higher than space heating because high insulation makes it decreased.
 Keywords
Energy Independence Rate;Energy Zero House;Energy Consumption Unit;
 Language
Korean
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