Exploring a best practice approach to operability and maintainability of low carbon buildings in the UK
Frank, Owajionyi L. (2014) Exploring a best practice approach to operability and maintainability of low carbon buildings in the UK. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Growth in technological advancement was to humanity a mixed blessing. While it provided comfort and improved quality of life, it also increased the demand for energy to drive them. This increase in energy usage, particularly from fossil fuel sources is widely understood to be responsible for the critical environmental problems in the world (Climate Change). Mitigating and adapting to this anthropogenic induced consequence created the need for varying innovative and new low carbon and renewable technologies which are gradually replacing the traditional high fossil fuel driven systems in buildings.
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