The Consideration of Energy Efficiency in the Strategic Planning of Refurbishment in Building Portfolios
Christen, Markus Walther
- Doctoral Thesis
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In this paper, a Cost-Performance-Indicator (CPI) curve and the respective CPI method are proposed to indicate additional costs and benefits of energy efficiency measures at a strategic level, and evidence is given that corroborates the hypothesis that energy efficiency measures follow the law of increasing relative costs. The usefulness of the CPI curve is demonstrated through two case studies. An example is provided and the potential is discussed for using this curve for the planning and budgeting of refurbishment and energy efficiency measures, and as a tool to explain the relation between costs and benefits of measures enhancing building energy efficiency, including the production of renewable energy, to investors. Show more
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ContributorsExaminer: Adey, Bryan T.
Examiner: Wallbaum, Holger
Examiner: Lützkendorf, Thomas
Examiner: Habert, Guillaume
SubjectStrategic building portfolio management; sustainable construction; budgeting; refurbishment; energy efficiency measures; law of increasing relative costs; renewable energy; Cost-Performance-Indicator CPI
Organisational unit03859 - Adey, Bryan T. / Adey, Bryan T.
02655 - Netzwerk Stadt und Landschaft D-ARCH
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