[Sbse] BRI special issue

R Lorch richard at rlorch.net
Thu Oct 11 06:13:45 PDT 2018


Dear SBSE colleagues,

An important BRI SPECIAL ISSUE is now published online:

Energy and climate change solutions: India's building stock
Guest edited by Radhika Khosla and Kathryn (Katy) B. Janda
https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rbri20/47/1

Given the imperative to limit global warming to 1.5 C, this special issue examines the potential that India and similar countries hold for radical reductions in energy demand and GHGs in the building sector.  An enormous opportunity exists in India over the next 15-20 years as its building stock will grow at an unprecedented rate.  Ensuring this is done to minimise the energy demand is crucial. 

List of articles in the special issue

India’s building stock: towards energy and climate change solutions FREE
Radhika Khosla & Kathryn B. Janda

Bridging India’s housing gap: lowering costs and CO2 emissions FREE
Alessio Mastrucci & Narasimha D. Rao

Estimating India’s commercial building stock to address the energy data challenge
Satish Kumar, Neha Yadav, Mohini Singh & Sandeep Kachhawa

Energy system transitions and macroeconomic assessment of the Indian building sector
Saritha S. Vishwanathan, Panagiotis Fragkos, Kostas Fragkiadakis, Leonidas Paroussos & Amit Garg

Customized performance evaluation approach for Indian green buildings FREE
Rajat Gupta, Matt Gregg, Sanyogita Manu, Prasad Vaidya & Maaz Dixit

Towards an understanding of residential electricity consumption in India
Aditya Chunekar & Ashok Sreenivas

Decoupling in India’s building construction sector: trends, technologies and policies
Sriraj Gokarakonda, Shritu Shrestha, Pratibha Ruth Caleb, Vaibhav Rathi, Rohan Jain, Stefan Thomas, Kilian Topp & Zeenat Niazi

Achieving the 2°C goal: the potential of India’s building sector
Peter Graham & Rajan Rawal

Public costs and private benefits: the governance of energy efficiency in India  FREE
Ajay Mathur


As always, I appreciate hearing your feedback.

Richard Lorch
Editor in Chief, Building Research & Information
richard at rlorch.net

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