Sustainable development of the construction industry through the rational utilization of autonomous heat supply sources based on climate zoning
Keywords:Low-rise housing construction, Investment and construction project, Heat supply, Energy-efficient technologies
Objective: The objective of this research is to develop an integral approach for the efficient choice of space-planning and structural solutions for low-rise buildings using renewable energy sources for engineering systems during the full life cycle of the building, aimed at improving efficiency of capital investments, energy and resource conservation, and creating comfortable living conditions for the population while considering climatic zoning.
Method: The research used a theoretical and methodological approach to develop the foundations for the efficient choice of space-planning and structural solutions for low-rise buildings. The study utilized a comparative analysis of building materials and heat supply technologies to select the most appropriate options.
Results: The research showed that utilizing renewable energy sources for engineering systems during the full life cycle of a low-rise building can significantly reduce construction expenses while increasing availability of low-rise housing for certain categories of citizens. The developed integral approach allows for the most efficient choice of space-planning and structural solutions for low-rise buildings while taking into account climatic zoning.
Conclusions: The research provides a means of solving the problem of supplying citizens with low-rise housing with high level of comfort and quality. The results of the research can be used in implementation of regional strategic sectoral planning and public-private partnership projects’ development. The developed integral approach allows for the rational utilization of autonomous heat supply sources in low-rise residential construction projects.
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