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Net Zero Energy Building

Predicted and Unintended Consequences

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"Ming Hu has not only given us the history of net-zero buildings and a detailed analysis of their design, but has taken net-zero to the next logical level, demanding "zero-impact" building."

Dr. William W. Braham, FAIA, University of Pennsylvania

"The need for increasingly aggressive energy efficiency goals parallels the rising need to curb greenhouse gas emissions. Carbon Neutrality has given way to Net Zero, a simple standard which Professor Ming Hu lucidly explains in its many achievable and some complex variations. This book will help policy makers pick an interpretation which is both effective and achievable; an essential accessory for this next phase of green design and building."

Ralph Bennett, FAIA, LEED AP (BD&C), Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc

"Net Zero Building provides practitioners and policymakers the critical expertise and motivation needed for a net zero future in architecture and urbanism. Clear and illustrated chapters provide us with critical expertise on the definitions, the drivers, the quantification, and the innovations that will ensure zero impact through the full life cycle of the built environment. Ming Hu has created an irreplaceable reference for our shared future."

Vivian Loftness, FAIA, University Professor and Paul Mellon Chair in Architecture, Carnegie Mellon University

"The pitfalls of ecological construction are thus dealt with excellently in a concise manner."

Rijkert Knoppers, www.technischweekblad.nl

Net Zero Energy Building by Professor Ming Hu covers a wide range of issues and aspects related to net zero energy building… It is informative, inspiring, and handy for readers when they can find various definitions and illustrative examples placed side by side with supplemental technical information. The insightful discussions on the benefits and unintended consequences of zero net building allow readers to fully grasp the complexity of the phenomenon… This is a rather motivating and idea-packed book. It is a great source of information for policy-makers, design professionals, researchers, scholars, and college students.

Yimin Zhu, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Construction Management, Louisiana State University

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Forlag
Routledge
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9781351256506
Utgivelsesår
2019

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"Ming Hu has not only given us the history of net-zero buildings and a detailed analysis of their design, but has taken net-zero to the next logical level, demanding "zero-impact" building."

Dr. William W. Braham, FAIA, University of Pennsylvania

"The need for increasingly aggressive energy efficiency goals parallels the rising need to curb greenhouse gas emissions. Carbon Neutrality has given way to Net Zero, a simple standard which Professor Ming Hu lucidly explains in its many achievable and some complex variations. This book will help policy makers pick an interpretation which is both effective and achievable; an essential accessory for this next phase of green design and building."

Ralph Bennett, FAIA, LEED AP (BD&C), Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc

"Net Zero Building provides practitioners and policymakers the critical expertise and motivation needed for a net zero future in architecture and urbanism. Clear and illustrated chapters provide us with critical expertise on the definitions, the drivers, the quantification, and the innovations that will ensure zero impact through the full life cycle of the built environment. Ming Hu has created an irreplaceable reference for our shared future."

Vivian Loftness, FAIA, University Professor and Paul Mellon Chair in Architecture, Carnegie Mellon University

"The pitfalls of ecological construction are thus dealt with excellently in a concise manner."

Rijkert Knoppers, www.technischweekblad.nl

Net Zero Energy Building by Professor Ming Hu covers a wide range of issues and aspects related to net zero energy building… It is informative, inspiring, and handy for readers when they can find various definitions and illustrative examples placed side by side with supplemental technical information. The insightful discussions on the benefits and unintended consequences of zero net building allow readers to fully grasp the complexity of the phenomenon… This is a rather motivating and idea-packed book. It is a great source of information for policy-makers, design professionals, researchers, scholars, and college students.

Yimin Zhu, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Construction Management, Louisiana State University

»

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