Do changes in regulatory requirements for energy efficiency in single-family houses result in the expected energy savings

Bidragets oversatte titel: Giver ændringer i bygningsreglementet de forventede energibesparelser

Vibeke Kjærbye, Anders Larsen, Mikael Togeby

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    Resumé

    This paper explores how changes in regulatory requirements for energy efficiency in buildings (in the US also known as building energy codes) affect household energy consumption. The focus in this paper is on natural gas consumption by Danish single-family owner-occupied houses. Unlike most other papers investigating household energy consumption this paper uses a unique panel data set constructed by merging several administrative data bases. The data set describes house and household characteristics, outdoor temperature and actual metered natural gas consumption over 6 years (1998-2003). Applying advanced econometric methods we examine differences in heating energy consumption due to different building regulation requirements at the time of house construction.
    As for the effect of the building regulation, we find that changes in Danish building regulations have led to significant reductions in energy used for heating. The latest revision of the Danish building regulation covered by this paper is that of 1998. This revision has resulted in a 7 pct. reduction in natural gas consumption. For comparison the ex ante expectation was 25 pct. reduction in heating demand
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    TitelECEEE 2011 Summer Study - Energy Efficiency First: The Foundation of a Low-Carbon Society
    Antal sider9
    ForlagECEEE
    Publikationsdato2011
    Sider1621- 1630
    ISBN (Elektronisk)978-91-633-4455-8
    StatusUdgivet - 2011

    Emneord

    • Building regulations
    • residential buildings
    • econometric evaluation
    • Energy Performance of Building Directive (EPBD)

    Citer dette

    Kjærbye, V., Larsen, A., & Togeby, M. (2011). Do changes in regulatory requirements for energy efficiency in single-family houses result in the expected energy savings. I ECEEE 2011 Summer Study - Energy Efficiency First: The Foundation of a Low-Carbon Society (s. 1621- 1630). ECEEE.
    Kjærbye, Vibeke ; Larsen, Anders ; Togeby, Mikael. / Do changes in regulatory requirements for energy efficiency in single-family houses result in the expected energy savings. ECEEE 2011 Summer Study - Energy Efficiency First: The Foundation of a Low-Carbon Society . ECEEE, 2011. s. 1621- 1630
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    Do changes in regulatory requirements for energy efficiency in single-family houses result in the expected energy savings. / Kjærbye, Vibeke; Larsen, Anders; Togeby, Mikael.

    ECEEE 2011 Summer Study - Energy Efficiency First: The Foundation of a Low-Carbon Society . ECEEE, 2011. s. 1621- 1630.

    Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningpeer review

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    Kjærbye V, Larsen A, Togeby M. Do changes in regulatory requirements for energy efficiency in single-family houses result in the expected energy savings. I ECEEE 2011 Summer Study - Energy Efficiency First: The Foundation of a Low-Carbon Society . ECEEE. 2011. s. 1621- 1630