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|Title:||Impact of domestic solar water heating on an energy audit of a residence in Malta|
|Authors:||Villameriel Tejedor, M.|
Farrugia, Robert N.
|Keywords:||Solar water heaters -- Malta|
Energy auditing -- Malta
Energy conservation -- Malta
Renewable energy sources -- Malta
|Publisher:||University of Malta. Institute for Sustainable Energy|
|Citation:||Farrugia, R. N., Yousif, C., & Villameriel Tejedor, M. (2008). Impact of domestic solar water heating on an energy audit of a residence in Malta. 1st International Congress on Heating, Cooling and Buildings (EUROSUN2008), Lisbon. 244.|
|Abstract:||Electricity production in Malta has been on the increase across all months, with maximum summer demand exceeding that of winter as of the year 2001. The domestic sector has become the major consumer of electricity with a share of 36%. Hence, it is essential to reduce energy consumption and improve end-use energy efficiency in homes; bearing in mind the fact that this sector is also a major contributor to peak loads.|
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