Reprint

Environmental Energy Sustainability at Universities

Edited by
January 2021
220 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03943-765-8 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-03943-766-5 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Environmental Energy Sustainability at Universities that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
Summary
The use of renewable energies and energy saving and efficiency are needs of global society and universities. Universities have a large responsibility and social impact, as they are an example and engine of social change. Universities, in the European context, must be at the forefront of ESA processes, seeking to be at the same level as, and preferably higher than, the rest of society, seeking a goal of 20% renewable energy for 2020 and, in the longer term, greater energy efficiency based on a diverse use of renewable energy and studying the feasibility of other energy processes (cogeneration, trigeneration, etc.). The application of renewable energies and energy efficiency allow universities to make significant savings in their costs and contribute to sustainable development and the fight against climate change. Actions in pursuit of these goals in addition to the objective of energy saving should promote research and form an example for the university community. This book aims to advance the contribution of energy saving and the use of renewable energies in order to achieve more sustainable universities.
Format
  • Hardback
License
© 2021 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
Keywords
bibliometrics; community detection; energy; law; sustainability; smart contracts; building information modeling (BIM); legal aspects; bibliometric; sustainability; clustering; sustainability; renewable energy; wind turbine; pitch control; electric generation; universities; university environmental impact; urban planning; sustainability assessment; covenant of Mayors; DC microgrid; energy management system; photovoltaic (PV) system; energy storage system; constant power load; power generation control; benchmark; campus energy consumption; heating and cooling degree-days; energy model; occupancy rate; loquat seed; sustainability; renewable energy; universities; biomass boiler; greenhouse gases; UNAM; energy saving; Mexico; photovoltaic system (PVS); sustainability; renewable energy; zapote seed; universities; biomass boiler; energy consumption; higher education institution; energy efficiency indicators; green campus; social responsibility; Spain; energy saving; renewable energy; universities; zero-energy buildings; energy efficiency; sustainability; bioclimatic architecture; sustainable transport; photovoltaic; energy saving in laboratories; energy saving in data processing centres