China is about to start building energy efficiency improvement project, light steel housing came into being
Don't make strange buildings. On October 15, President Xi Jinping emphasized at the symposium on literary and art work. It is understood that those non-traditional buildings are not only questioned because of the high cost, but also energy-consuming from the perspective of building energy efficiency. Desai housing The light steel houses provided by the production came into being!
Implementation of building energy efficiency improvement project
The issue of building energy consumption in China has also attracted attention at the national level. In March 2014, Premier Li Keqiang pointed out in the "Government Work Report" that it is necessary to implement building energy efficiency improvement and energy-saving products to benefit the people.
According to the China Real Estate News reporter, the Department of Energy and Technology of the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development began to formulate an implementation route for energy efficiency improvement in China from March.
The relevant person in charge of the Building Energy Conservation and Technology Department of the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development revealed that at present, the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development has held more than 30 symposiums through extensive research in Shanghai, Chongqing, Shandong, Henan, Tianjin and other provinces and cities, and has established the initial stage of building energy efficiency improvement. The road map, which sets the gradient of building energy efficiency from 2016 to 2030.
The survey results show that in the future, building energy conservation and green building are suitable to realize three transformations from the three-five-five plan of the “13th Five-Year Plan”, “14th Five-Year Plan” and “15th Five-Year Plan” – from energy-efficient buildings to green buildings. The transition from a single building to a regional, from “light green” to “dark green”.
The above-mentioned person in charge said that the green roadmap for the future of green buildings will start from 2016 and will be divided into three five-year phases. The following is the consideration of the following aspects: First, the rhythm of green buildings and the pace of the country’s planning every five years. Secondly, the upgrade of the research results to the official documents requires a preparation period. This preparation includes the promotion of proliferation, the preparation of the society, and the preparation of technology and standards. Finally, the future growth period of urbanization will also be green. The development of architecture is combined.
Reducing the total energy consumption is the goal
In general terms, building energy efficiency is an upgraded version of building energy efficiency. To improve the energy efficiency of buildings, it is necessary to establish energy efficiency benchmarks and energy consumption benchmarks for various buildings, which means that building energy consumption at the regional level and even at the national level is comparable. The specific implementation should be three-pronged, one is energy consumption simulation, the other is data analysis of energy consumption monitoring platform, and the third is on-site measurement of typical buildings. "At present, these three aspects have many weak links in basic work and institutional mechanisms." However, in addition to improving building energy efficiency, in the context of China's total energy consumption control, the total energy consumption of buildings and the actual consumption per unit area are reduced. Volume is the main goal.
A new national standard in the field of construction, Building Energy Standards, is expected to take effect during the year. In the Exposure Draft, building energy is divided into three major criteria, including the energy used for heating in the north and the energy used in public buildings (including commercial buildings) measured by energy indicators per unit area, and residential buildings measured by energy consumption per household. Energy use, the current rural building energy can not be included in the standard for the time being.