Cost-Effectiveness of Retrofitting Swedish Buildings
Book chapter, 2017

This chapter presents potentials for energy conservation through energy retrofitting of existing Swedish buildings, including residential and nonresidential buildings. The Swedish building stock is described with 1800 representative buildings, in a combination of sample and archetype buildings, and is modeled with a dynamic and detailed building-stock model. Ten individual energy conservation measures and 6 packages of measures are considered. The chapter also presents how the cost-effectiveness of the measures depends on energy prices, discount rates, and the assumed investment costs for the different measures. The results are presented and discussed separately for residential buildings, divided into single-family dwellings and multifamily dwellings, and nonresidential buildings.

Discount rate

Services

Swedish buildings

Market potentials

Residential

Technoeconomic potentials

Cost-efficient renovation

Author

Erika Mata Las Heras

Chalmers, Energy and Environment, Energy Technology

Filip Johnsson

Chalmers, Energy and Environment, Energy Technology

Cost-Effective Energy Efficient Building Retrofitting: Materials, Technologies, Optimization and Case Studies

343-362

Subject Categories

Energy Engineering

Civil Engineering

DOI

10.1016/B978-0-08-101128-7.00012-5

ISBN

978-0-08-101128-7

More information

Created

12/19/2017