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specialty journal of architecture and construction
Volume 1, 2015, Issue 3
Feasibility and feasibility study on the development of zero-energy buildings with the exploitation of renewable energy
Zahra Esmati, Rashidi Siavash Sharif Abad
Pages: 1-9


Abstract: Despite the reduction in fossil fuel resources, all other industries in the use of energy in the earth moving, following this approach the building industry as well as its steps to make the most of nature and tradition of architecture picks up perhaps its dependence on fossil fuel and consequently human dependence, and the more the renewable energy. therefore zero energy buildings has to dependence is much more sustainable buildings and green low. zero energy Buildings term For a new generation of buildings that use fossil fuel energy are considered, there is no or very limited, So the aim of this study was to evaluate the design of the buildings and the energy needed for the building of embedded systems it is The result is due to the use of fossil fuels, does not produce carbon dioxide and provide a comprehensive system to increase energy efficiency. So for the future success of these buildings creativity, timing and collective cooperation between different groups.

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specialty journal of architecture and construction
Issue 2, Volume 6, 2020