Effectiveness of Energy Retrofit Methods in Public Buildings in China

Date : 2012

Author : Johnson Controls’ Institute for Building Efficiency

China’s severe energy issues are drawing significant attention from the government and public at large. Being the part of the greatest energy consumer, large public buildings in the country are targeted by the government’s aggressive program to be retrofitted – however, uncertainty remains as to how ready the relevant technologies are to serve accommodate this solution.

In order to answer to the question of technology’s effectiveness and efficacy to apply in different climate zones, this paper compares and analyzes these technologies in detail and provides some guidance in selecting economically effective approaches to retrofitting large public buildings. It eventually summarizes a comprehensive energy efficiency and economic analysis of retrofit methods for office buildings and stores in three representative climate zones of China.

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