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Lesson learned from Case Studies.

Lesson learned from Case Studies.

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Existing buildings have a huge opportunity in terms of energy and water savings potential in Indonesia. In Jakarta alone, it is estimated that least 90 percent of total buildings were built before 2014. The general perception of having a more energy-efficient existing building is associated with a higher upfront cost and how to finance it. To overc...

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... the other hand, China provides incentives for higher-energy-efficient appliances directly to the users, such as subsidies and trade-ins for home appliances, such as ACs, CFLs, and lighting while phasing out incandescent lamps, and to private sectors such as tax reductions for energy-efficient lighting, encourages market transformation through ESCO companies, and gives incentives for smart city investments. In overall, three case studies lesson learned can be summarized as detailed in following Table 5. ...
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... the other hand, China provides incentives for higher-energy-efficient appliances directly to the users, such as subsidies and trade-ins for home appliances, such as ACs, CFLs, and lighting while phasing out incandescent lamps, and to private sectors such as tax reductions for energy-efficient lighting, encourages market transformation through ESCO companies, and gives incentives for smart city investments. In overall, three case studies lesson learned can be summarized as detailed in following Table 5. ...

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... In general terms, in the studies aimed at determining the influence of renovation interventions on existing residential assets prices, different methodological approaches capable of evaluating the post-energy intervention economic benefits have been used [50][51][52]. In the context outlined, Seek [53] has highlighted that one of most relevant housing refurbishment advantages concerns the increase in value associated with intervention, assuming that the renovation costs are recovered though the property sale. ...
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