Residential Energy Model for Evaluating Energy Demand and Energy Efficiency Programs in Saudi Residential Buildings
Mohammad Aldubyan Aldubyan,
Moncef Krarti and
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Eric Williams: King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center
Methodology Papers from King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center
This paper describes the development of the Residential Energy Model (REEM) for Saudi Arabia using an engineering bottom-up approach. The model can assess energy demand for the current residential building stock and the impact of energy efficiency and demand-side management programs. It accounts for the makeup and features of the Kingdom’s existing housing stock using 54 prototypes of residential buildings defined by three building types, three vintages, and six locations representing different climatic zones.
Keywords: Energy Efficiency; Energy Modeling; Residental building stock; Demand side management (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 27 pages
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