|Title||Ten questions on urban building energy modeling|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2020|
|Authors||Tianzhen Hong, Yixing Chen, Xuan Luo, Na Luo, Sang Hoon Lee|
|Journal||Building and Environment|
Buildings in cities consume up to 70% of all primary energy. To achieve cities’ energy and climate goals, it is necessary to reduce energy use and associated greenhouse gas emissions in buildings through energy conservation and efficiency improvements. Computational tools empowered with rich urban datasets can model performance of buildings at the urban scale to provide quantitative insights for stakeholders and inform their decision making on urban energy planning, as well as building energy retrofits at scale, to achieve efficiency, sustainability, and resilience of urban buildings.
|Short Title||Building and Environment|