Novi T.I. Bramono

Novi T.I. Bramono
University of Washington Seattle | UW · Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Master of Science

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Introduction
Novi T.I. Bramono is an incoming student at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington Seattle. Novi does research in Building Performance and Energy Financing in Sustainable and Healthy Building Lab, UW. Their current project is 'Integrated Sustainable Solutions for the Built Environment - A Global Perspective'.

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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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This presentation is a preliminary work for identifying possibilities in financing energy-efficient retrofits for existing buildings in Indonesia cities.

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The goal of this project is to develop insights into how stakeholders make building energy efficiency investment decisions. Associated green investment strategies are assessed along with project ROIs.
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This project aims to initiate international research collaborations and build partnerships with peers in Indonesia. The project also seeks to collect research data on how decision makers prioritize resource conservation strategies in buildings in the United States and Indonesia. Researchers at the University of Washington and University of Indonesia will conduct meetings, seminars, and field visits to share knowledge about green infrastructures.