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A Study on the POE-based Energy Utilization Satisfaction Analysis for Passive House in Germany
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A Study on the POE-based Energy Utilization Satisfaction Analysis for Passive House in Germany
Chung, Hae Jo; Kim, Sooyong; Yang, Jinkook;
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Passive House represents energy-saving technologies. It aims to save energy and provide comfort to the dwellers. The design and construction began in Germany, where it is commonly observed. In South Korea, implementation of the Passive House concept is difficult because of high construction costs and technological problems. This study performed a POE analysis to analyze the extents of satisfaction and knowledge about Passive House among those who live in them in Germany. The results found high satisfaction with functional aspects, such as ventilation, windows, doors, and the thermal bridge. These research results will provide application criteria for Passive House construction in South Korea.
Passive House;Energy-saving technologies;POE analysis;
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