Concept of the new physical-energy quantification of buildings in the development of technology in architecture for sustainable society

Boris Bielek

Abstrakt

Renewable energy sources as a conditioning factor of fundamental concept changes of energy quantification of buildings. 1st generation of low energy buildings. 2nd generation of low energy buildings. Green buildings with zero heat balance of the network – buildings with nearly zero energy balance of the network. Sustainable buildings with zero energy balance of the network. Sustainable building with an active energy balance in relation to distribution networks.

Słowa kluczowe: renewable energy sources, low energy buildings, green buildings, sustainable buildings
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