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Anir Kumar Upadhyay

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Report

Energy and indoor climate visualisation to encourage households for low carbon living

This pilot project was designed to address this gap in energy usage information through the development of an integrated visualisation platform to allow households to explore their indoor comfort conditions, and disaggregate electricity consumption and water consumption at a residential scale.
Report

Improving the thermal performance of dwellings for carbon positive and healthy homes

Energy consumption in the building sector is significant as people are spending a considerable amount of time indoors. The share of the residential sector’s energy consumption is around 11% of the total energy consumed in Australia to fulfil household energy requirements. The largest share of...
Technical report

Validating and improving the BASIX energy assessment tool for low-carbon dwellings: final report

This report is a product of the collaborative research project ‘Validating and Improving the BASIX Assessment Tool for Low-Carbon Dwellings’. Initiated by the Cooperative Research Centre for Low Carbon Living, the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and the New South Wales Government, this project...
Systematic review

Do green-rated office buildings save operational energy?

The main objective of this rapid review was to identify and organise recent peer-reviewed empirical evidence for the energy efficiency of new (not retrofitted) green-rated office buildings.
Journal article

Post-occupancy energy consumption of BASIX affected dwellings in the Sydney metropolitan area

The Building Sustainability Index (BASIX) assessment tool estimates the operational energy consumption and GHG emissions from new residential developments based on information available at the building design stage. However, post-occupancy energy consumption can be different from the estimated figures at the design stage.