Theories of City and Building Energy Systems

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In this lecture, you will develop an understanding – and a real working knowledge – of our energy technologies, policies and options. This will include analysis of the different opportunities and impacts of energy systems that exist within and between buildings and cities groups. Analysis of the range of current and future energy choices will be stressed, as well as the role of energy in determining local environmental conditions and the global climate


01 Energy:Key Isuues and Challenges(4/14)


02 Energy and Water in building and city(4/21)

03 Energy and Health for building and city(4/28)

04 Prepare the report for Nakagami(5/12)

Team one Material:①Comparative study of commercial building energy-efficiency retrofit policies in four pilot cities in China

Team two Material: ②Electricity use by domestic appliances in English households

Team three Material: ③Why does energy use feedback not work in workplaces_Insights from social practice theory.pdf

05 special lecture Prof. Nakagami(5/19)

06 for Prof. Nakagami Lecture(5/20)

07 for Prof. Nakagami Lecture(5/20)

08 for Prof. Nakagami Lecture(5/20)

09 for Prof. Nakagami Lecture(5/20)

10 Energy and Agriculture for rual regional development(5/26)

11 Energy and Biodiversity for use in building and city(6/02)

12 Energy and Accessibility for building and cirt design (6/09)

13 Energy Efficiency in building and city (6/16)

14 Renewable Energy use in building and city(6/23)

15 Energy and Transport in the city(6/30)

16 Presentation (7/7)