A Study on the Analysis and Methods to Improve the Management System for Building Energy Database

국가 건물에너지통합관리시스템의 데이터 품질 분석 및 개선방안 연구

  • Received : 2016.02.05
  • Accepted : 2016.03.21
  • Published : 2016.03.31


Damage occur frequently around the world on climate change and the main cause of greenhouse gas emissions regulation is growing. To this end, the government has built integrated management system for national building energy. The building energy information is total 6.8 million complex. Integrated management system for national building energy database are matched building registers information and energy information of the supply agencies. However, the matching process has its limitations so advanced work is in progress continuously. This study analyzed integrated management system for national building energy database quality and limitations and deduce improvement plan to increase system reliability and availability. The existing database matching average rate is 85.6%. 58.2% of the total non-matching data type has no building information. To ensure the ease of new database matching and the accuracy of the existing database matching, address standarization and building properties system are needed between building information and energy information. Also, The system construction is required to include information on other energy sources like petroleum energy which has high proportion of non-urban areas and small residential areas and renewable energy which has high potential in development and utilization.


Building Energy;Energy Consumption;Management System for Building Energy;Information System


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Supported by : 국토교통부