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Title: Assessing energy efficiency of a typical residential apartment block
Authors: Yousif, Charles
Keywords: Dwellings -- Energy consumption -- Malta
Architecture and energy conservation -- Malta
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Malta Chamber of Engineers
Citation: Yousif, C. (2016). Assessing energy efficiency of a typical residential apartment block. Intelligent Buildings: the 24th Annual Engineering Conference, Golden Bay. 18-27.
Abstract: This paper is more concerned with existing buildings that form the major part of the country's building stock. It assesses the status-quo of energy efficiency in existing Maltese dwellings and particularly focuses on apartment blocks, given that they form over 60% of the building stock in Malta. A plethora of technically-feasible energy efficiency measures for the building envelope and installed systems has been studied for different floors within the apartment block, based on simulation. This would help set priorities and consolidate resources to push for the most feasible energy efficiency measures first.
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