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Energiuppföljning på två flerbostadshus i centrala Skellefteå.
Umeå University, Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Applied Physics and Electronics.
2018 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (professional degree), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesisAlternative title
Energy Auditing of two Multistorey Apartment Buildings in Skellefteå (Swedish)
Abstract [en]

One third of Sweden's energy use is used by residential and commercial buildings, of which nearly 60 % go to heating. Opportunities are great for using energy more efficiently and there is a great potential to save energy by improving the construction of the building. The EU places higher demands on energy use and means that monitoring of energy use is becoming increasingly important. From 2021, all new production of buildings in EU Member States will be "close to zero energy houses". The definition of "near zero energy house" has not yet been established in Sweden, but in a throw-out of BBR is the requirement to tighten by 40 % discussed. Efforts to get more energy-efficient buildings are under way and are being carried out in close collaboration with BBR.

 

This degree project has been carried out on behalf of Skebo, where the goal is to establish the real specific energy use in operation for two properties in Skellefteå, Ringduvan and Odenskrapan. Compare and analyze deviations from projected specific energy use. Ringduvan was ready for occupation in spring 2014 and Odenskrapan in early 2016.Both buildings have electricity and district heating from Skellefteå Kraft. Ringduvan is projected by NCC and Oden of Lindbergs Energi & VVS AB.

 

Sveby ("Standardize and Verify Energy Performance in Buildings") is a development program run by actors in the construction and real estate industry. Svebys aim is to develop an industry standard that increases the accuracy of the project between projected and real energy use. With increased knowledge of user-related use, a standardized approach, energy monitoring and enhanced cooperation between actors, the goal is to reduce the deviations. Operators in the industry may choose to enter into a Sveby agreement, which includes a common method of procurement, design and verification.

 

The projected specific energy use for Ringduvan is 76 kWh/m2,year and the real is 101 kWh/m2,year. Odenskrapan projected is 53 kWh/m2,year and the real is 93 kWh/ m2,year. That is, the specific energy use exceeds the estimated energy consumption by 33 % for Ringduvan and 75 % for Odenskrapan. This means that much more district heating and real estate is needed than expected.

 

In general, potential causes of higher energy use have been identified. But nothing has been confirmed and more work is required against the buildings in order to compare and identify the exact reasons.

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2018. , p. 62
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URN: urn:nbn:se:umu:diva-148955OAI: oai:DiVA.org:umu-148955DiVA, id: diva2:1217853
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Energiteknik
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Bachelor of Science Programme in Energy Engineering
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