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Year: 2013
Language: English
Study-Type:
Brochure

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Regional Energy Efficiency Policy Recommendations (from: International Energy Agency (IEA) & Asian Development Bank)

Theme: Technical guidlines & solutions

Description:

20 energy efficiency policy recommendations as a tool for uniting and engaging Southeast Asian stakeholders and providing policy makers a first glimpse of the opportunities for governments to scale up energy efficiency in their countries.





Year: 0000
Language: English
Study-Type:
Report

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Kết quả khảo sát về nhận thức phát triển bền vững (from: A/Prof.Phr. Trinh Duy Luân)

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Description:

Cuộc khảo sát nhằm tìm hiểu bước đầu về nhận thức các nhà chuyên môn về Phát triển bền vững và Phát triển đô thị bền vững ở Việt Nam như là thành phố Hà Nội hiện nay. Nội dung này được triển khai những thành phần như: nhận thức về PTBV, về phát triển đô thị bền vững, những yếu tố của PTĐTBV về môi trường và về xã hội, những khó khăn, thách thức cùng các đề xuất nhằm thực hiện PTĐTBV tại Hà Nội trong tương lai. Đây chính là nội dung chính được trình bày trong báo cáo này Kết quả khảo sát này.





Year: 2009
Language: English
Study-Type:
Slide Presentation

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Công trình xanh trong bối cảnh tốc độ tăng trưởng đô thị nhanh (from: Dirk Schwede)

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Description:

Các biện pháp để thiết kế đạt hiệu quả năng lượng và thích ứng với môi trường Việt Nam





Year: 2011
Language: English
Study-Type:
General

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An investigation on climate responsive design strategies of vernacular housing in Vietnam (from: Anh-Tuan Nguyen, Quoc-Bao Tran, Duc-Quang Tran, Sigrid Reiter)

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Energy conservation issues and environmental problems in recent years have increased interest in traditional architecture which is well known for its energy saving designs. This paper thoroughly investigates vernacular housing designs and evaluates on the aspect of building physics. A new research methodology which is adapted to the natural and social context of Vietnam was proposed and applied. The process was carried out step by step, including: climate zoning, systematic analysis, in-situ survey and building simulations. The results of this study indicate that vernacular housing in Vietnam is creatively adapted to the local natural conditions and uses various climate responsive strategies. Through this study, the most frequently used strategies and their effectiveness were derived. The authors also found that under extreme weather conditions, traditional designs might not be
sufficient to maintain indoor thermal comfort.





Year: 0000
Language: English
Study-Type:
General

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An Application fo Eco-design Feature in Traditional Folk Housing to High-rise housing of Vietnam (from: Le Thi Hong Na and Jin-Ho Park)

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This pa per is concerned with the application of eco-features in Vietnamese traditional folk housing to high-rise housing. One of the main haracteristics of vernacular houses is that they are de signed w ith a deep understanding a nd re spect for na ture, but t his design-with-nature
approach is n o longer found in t he modern houses. The values of c onventional dwelling must be considered a nd a pplied in the fut ure eco-housing design proc ess. F irstly, t his paper int roduces briefly about the climate and the environment in Northern Vietnam and their ef fects on traditional folk housing. Next, ec ological elements ar e addre ssed by an arc hitectural exa mination of the composition of the typical Vietnamese folk housing in relation to the local climate conditions and Vietnamese lifestyle. The result from actuality survey in D uong Lam, which is the o ldest ancient village in Vietnam, are given. Finally, several models are proposed to apply the considered factors to high-rise h ousing design in urban Vietnam. The t raditional Vietnamese house is an important source for the creation of a Vietnamese identity in architecture because it reflects and expresses the way of life of its users and was evolved by the Vietnamese over generations adapting to their needs, culture and environment.





Year: 2013
Language: English
Study-Type:
Slide Presentation

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Climate appropriate design for energyefficiency and comfort – modern buildings in tropical climate (from: Dr. Dirk Schwede, PhD)

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summary
 the people in Asia will change their life style and their consumption
habits with the increasing economic possibilities
 the share of the construction industry on the resource demand is high
and will increase in future
 the tropical climate puts high demand on the energy demand for cooling
and efficient cooling technology is not available
 currently prevailant user behaviour
is resource saving
► New building typologies are needed that are adapted to
 climate and environment
 resource demand
 new life concepts





Year: 2007
Language: English
Study-Type:
Report

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PEER REVIEW ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN VIET NAM (from: The APEC Energy Working Group)

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Description:

This report presents the result of a peer review on energy efficiency in Viet Nam. Viet Nam volunteered to undertake a peer review and this was the third review of an APEC economy undertaken the PREE.





Year: 2012
Language: English
Study-Type:
Slide Presentation

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How to promote Green Building in Vietnam? (from: VGBC)

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CONTENTS:
How to develop Green Building in Vietnam?
The Vietnamese context and the challenges
What is a Green Building?
How can they address those issues?
The world green building momentum
What is a green building rating tool?
How to develop Green Building in Vietnam?





Year: 2012
Language: English
Study-Type:
Slide Presentation

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Demand-side Management of Energy: a prerequisite for green houses in Vietnam. Illustration through solar energy. (from: Nicolas JJallade)

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The positive impact of solar energyto meet hot water load can be enhanced by a proper energy efficiency approach, both in terms of economics and environment
• The same methodology is also true for a photovoltaic system: by reducing the electricity load (lighting, electric appliances…), the investment for a photovoltaic system that would meet the remaining electric consumption is significantly reduced and can become affordable
• This approach could participate in developing solar energy in a right and efficient manner for the benefit of the whole Vietnam





Year: 2012
Language: English
Study-Type:
Slide Presentation

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THE PROMOTION OF GREEN HOUSING IN VIETNAM: the view from an international developer company (from: Richard Leech)

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Description:

I. Vietnam Residential Market: Green Housing and Foreign Developers
1. Hanoi residential market overview
2. Why do people go green?
3. VN real estates market: Green housing as an investment opportunity for foreign developers
4. Promoting a greener Vietnam: Resorts – A trend setter?
II. Vietnam Office Market: Sustainable Programs and
Practices
1. Hanoi office market overview
2. Sustainability trends
3. Processes and best practices
4. CBRE sustainability resources



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