Building to Net Zero in the Developing World
AbstractThis paper discusses the design of a zero energy home in Panama. The standards for zero site energy as well as other performance factors are used as the basis for the analysis. A description of the construction type, energy use, active and renewable systems, and other features of this particular zero energy building are provided to facilitate a better understanding of efficient and sustainable residential design for hot-humid climates. This understanding is critical to facilitating net zero energy building development in developing regions of the world. View Full-Text
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Hoque, S.; Iqbal, N. Building to Net Zero in the Developing World. Buildings 2015, 5, 56-68.
Hoque S, Iqbal N. Building to Net Zero in the Developing World. Buildings. 2015; 5(1):56-68.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hoque, Simi; Iqbal, Nabila. 2015. "Building to Net Zero in the Developing World." Buildings 5, no. 1: 56-68.