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Buildings, Volume 8, Issue 1 (January 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The actual energy consumption and simulated energy performance of a building usually differ. This [...] Read more. The actual energy consumption and simulated energy performance of a building usually differ. This gap widens in social housing, owing to the characteristics of these buildings and the consumption patterns of economically vulnerable households affected by energy poverty. For this reason, in order to predict energy consumption in social housing, it is essential to combine an empirical analysis of energy-consumption patterns and energy-poverty assessment with the use of energy-performance simulations validated against actual energy-consumption values. View this paper