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Towards energy efficient buildings
are we taming wicked problems in existing building stock?
Margarita Nutfulina
Art der Arbeit
Masterarbeit
Universität
Universität Wien
Fakultät
Fakultät für Geowissenschaften, Geographie und Astronomie
Studiumsbezeichnung bzw. Universitätlehrgang (ULG)
Masterstudium DDP Urban Studies
Betreuer*in
Manuel Valenzuela
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DOI
10.25365/thesis.52898
URN
urn:nbn:at:at-ubw:1-28869.61152.251164-6
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Abstracts

Abstract
(Deutsch)
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Abstract
(Englisch)
Buildings play an important role in the global green transition, enabling countries and cities to reach their climate targets through measures of energy efficiency. However, in light of the apparent benefits of energy efficiency, evidence suggests that current energy efficiency potentials remain largely untapped, meaning that energy efficiency of the buildings has not been implemented at the rate that it should be. This has been labelled as the Paradox of Energy Efficiency; on the one hand having a clear set of goals for EEB implemented by governments and cities, and on the other hand not being able to achieve these goals despite the availability of cost-efficient solutions. The goal of the thesis is to provide clarity around this phenomenon. In order to investigate the energy efficiency gap with a focus on the building sector, the study identifies which barriers exist in the case of implementing energy efficiency of the buildings. Secondly, it analyses the nature of these barriers though Wicked, Tame and Critical problem lens and consequently suggest approaches to solve them by applying Clumsy Solution Model. The aim of this thesis is to undertake case studies of Copenhagen and Madrid and match the empirical data with theories on problems and problem solving. This study researches the impediment that authorities are potentially confronted with when implementing energy efficiency in the building sector, examines the role of actors and addresses the challenge of overcoming the barriers.

Schlagwörter

Schlagwörter
(Englisch)
Paradox of Energy Efficiency energy efficiency reduction consumption building sector Madrid Copenhagen
Schlagwörter
(Deutsch)
Paradox der Energieeffizienz Energieeffizienz Reduktion Verbrauch Baubranche Madrid Kopenhagen
Autor*innen
Margarita Nutfulina
Haupttitel (Englisch)
Towards energy efficient buildings
Hauptuntertitel (Englisch)
are we taming wicked problems in existing building stock?
Publikationsjahr
2017
Umfangsangabe
118 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme
Sprache
Englisch
Beurteiler*in
Manuel Valenzuela
Klassifikation
74 Geographie, Anthropogeographie > 74.71 Regionalplanung
AC Nummer
AC15190633
Utheses ID
46733
Studienkennzahl
UA | 066 | 664 | |
Universität Wien, Universitätsbibliothek, 1010 Wien, Universitätsring 1