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João Pedro Panagassi Forte & Rato, V. (2019). Energy environmental impact of functional units of a university building. In S.I Tanabe; H. Zhang; J. Kurnitski; M.C. Gameiro da Silva; I. Nastase; P. Wargocki; G. Cao; L. Mazzarela; C. Inard;  (Ed.), Proccedings of Clima 2019 - Built Environment Facing Climate Change.: EDP Sciences.
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J. P. Forte and V. N. Rato,  "Energy environmental impact of functional units of a university building", in Proccedings of Clima 2019 - Built Environment Facing Climate Change, S.I Tanabe; H. Zhang; J. Kurnitski; M.C. Gameiro da Silva; I. Nastase; P. Wargocki; G. Cao; L. Mazzarela; C. Inard; , Ed., EDP Sciences, 2019, vol. 111
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@inproceedings{forte2019_1618288056474,
	author = "João Pedro Panagassi Forte and Rato, V.",
	title = "Energy environmental impact of functional units of a university building",
	booktitle = "Proccedings of Clima 2019 - Built Environment Facing Climate Change",
	year = "2019",
	editor = "S.I Tanabe; H. Zhang; J. Kurnitski; M.C. Gameiro da Silva; I. Nastase; P. Wargocki; G. Cao; L. Mazzarela; C. Inard; ",
	volume = "111",
	number = "",
	series = "",
	doi = "10.1051/e3sconf/201911103018",
	publisher = "EDP Sciences",
	address = "",
	organization = ""
}
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TY  - CPAPER
TI  - Energy environmental impact of functional units of a university building
T2  - Proccedings of Clima 2019 - Built Environment Facing Climate Change
VL  - 111
AU  - João Pedro Panagassi Forte
AU  - Rato, V.
PY  - 2019
SN  - 2267-1242
DO  - 10.1051/e3sconf/201911103018
AB  - This paper presents the results of a qualitative assessment of the environmental impact of a set of functional units of a university building, considering negative impacts such as the ones originated by energy, water and resource usage, as well as waste production, but also positive impacts like the ones that may be derived from teaching and learning and from research. This paper is focused on the energy –related environmental impacts which are the most significant. The assessment is performed for three evaluation scenarios: Two of these scenarios are based on the actual condition of the building facilities and its use patterns and differ from each other in the level of severity attributed to each impact criteria. The third scenario has as additional input the future condition of electric energy production through the installation of photovoltaic (PV) panels (which is in progress). According to the assessment carried out, the implementation of the PV panels may have an important contribution in reducing the environmental impact related to the use of the building.
ER  -