A Bottom-up Energy Analysis across a Diverse Urban Building Portfolio: Retrofits for the Buildings at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK. Ward, R. M. & Choudhary, R. Building and Environment, 2013.
A Bottom-up Energy Analysis across a Diverse Urban Building Portfolio: Retrofits for the Buildings at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK [link]Paper  doi  abstract   bibtex   
A methodology for the analysis of building energy retrofits has been developed for a diverse set of buildings at the Royal Botanic Gardens (RBG), Kew in southwest London, UK. The methodology requires selection of appropriate building simulation tools dependent on the nature of the principal energy demand. This has involved the development of a stand-alone model to simulate the heat flow in botanical glasshouses, as well as stochastic simulation of electricity demand for buildings with high equipment density and occupancy-led operation. Application of the methodology to the buildings at RBG Kew illustrates the potential reduction in energy consumption at the building scale achievable from the application of retrofit measures deemed appropriate for heritage buildings and the potential benefit to be gained from onsite generation and supply of energy.
@article{ward_bottom-up_2013,
	title = {A {Bottom}-up {Energy} {Analysis} across a {Diverse} {Urban} {Building} {Portfolio}: {Retrofits} for the {Buildings} at the {Royal} {Botanic} {Gardens}, {Kew}, {UK}},
	issn = {0360-1323},
	shorttitle = {A {Bottom}-up {Energy} {Analysis} across a {Diverse} {Urban} {Building} {Portfolio}},
	url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0360132313003740},
	doi = {10.1016/j.buildenv.2013.12.018},
	abstract = {A methodology for the analysis of building energy retrofits has been developed for a diverse set of buildings at the Royal Botanic Gardens (RBG), Kew in southwest London, UK. The methodology requires selection of appropriate building simulation tools dependent on the nature of the principal energy demand. This has involved the development of a stand-alone model to simulate the heat flow in botanical glasshouses, as well as stochastic simulation of electricity demand for buildings with high equipment density and occupancy-led operation. Application of the methodology to the buildings at RBG Kew illustrates the potential reduction in energy consumption at the building scale achievable from the application of retrofit measures deemed appropriate for heritage buildings and the potential benefit to be gained from onsite generation and supply of energy.},
	urldate = {2014-01-10TZ},
	journal = {Building and Environment},
	year={2013},
	author = {Rebecca Mary Ward and Ruchi Choudhary},
	keywords = {district energy optimization, greenhouse simulation, retrofit analysis of buildings, stochastic electricity demand},
project={GES}
}

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