Modeling Energy-Efficient Policies in Educational Buildings - A Literature Review
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Procedia Computer Science
This work focuses on a literature review that characterizes the most prominent lines of research on energy efficiency in educational buildings, including energy use intensity (EUI); the implementation of energy efficiency measurement; the results obtained by decreasing the EUI, energy consumption, and CO2 emission; and the main relationships between energy consumption incidence variables. For these purposes, a systematic literature review is structured based on specialized databases, wherein the information is assessed using spreadsheets and visualization tools such as VOSviewer®. From the review, the authors were able to determine that the integration of energy efficiency with educational institutions is a growing line of research that offers opportunities for building an environmentally sustainable educational culture with high social impact. This paper discusses different modeling systems and policy assessment options that identifies complexity and dynamics constraints to explore new simulation methodologies, such as systems dynamics providing sustainable approaches within industry 4.0 based on the assessment of national energy efficiency policies through dynamic simulation models that allow significant savings in energy-consuming sectors.
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