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Green Affordable Housing: Cost-Benefit Analysis for Zoning Incentives
In the year 2017, about 89% of the total energy consumed in the US was produced using non-renewable energy sources, and about 43% of tenant households were cost burdened. Local governments are in a unique position to ...
Energy Efficient Technology Diffusion Factors: A Systematic Review
(IJSER Publications, 2012-11)
Due to the escalating population and the resulting increase in energy use, the world is faced with the challenge of energy crisis. To mitigate the rise in energy crisis, innovation, adoption, and diffusion of energy efficient ...
Adoption of High-Performance Housing Technologies Among U.S. Homebuilding Firms, 2000 Through 2010
This article describes foundational processes of a larger project examining U.S. home builders’ choices to adopt innovative housing technologies that improve the environmental performance of new single-family homes. Home ...
An Empirical Study on the Energy Consumption in Residential Buildings after Adopting Green Building Standards
In the past decades, a tremendous effort has been put into research and development of improved building systems and technologies to reduce the building energy consumption and advance energy efficiency. However, there is ...