Life cycle assessment of an innovative system for residential buildings in Continental climate
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This dataset corresponds to a study aimed at investigating the environmental impact of an innovative system proposed for residential buildings in Continental climate through a life cycle assessment. The data refer to both the innovative system and a standard reference system, which was considered for comparison purposes. Data used for a parametric study of the innovative system are also included in this dataset.
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Life Cycle Assessment of an Innovative Hybrid Energy Storage System for Residential Buildings in Continental Climates Llantoy Huamán, Noelia Karin; Zsembinszki, Gabriel; Palomba, Valeria; Frazzica, Andrea; Dallapiccola, Mattia; Trentin, Federico; Cabeza, Luisa F. (2021)With the aim of contributing to achieving the decarbonization of the energy sector, the environmental impact of an innovative system to produce heating and domestic hot water for heating demand-dominated climates is assessed ...
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of an Innovative Compact Hybrid Electrical‐Thermal Storage System for Residential Buildings in Mediterranean Climate Zsembinszki, Gabriel; Llantoy Huamán, Noelia Karin; Palomba, Valeria; Frazzica, Andrea; Dallapiccola, Mattia; Trentin, Federico; Cabeza, Luisa F. (MDPI, 2021)The buildings sector is one of the least sustainable activities in the world, accounting for around 40% of the total global energy demand. With the aim to reduce the environmental impact of this sector, the use of renewable ...
Hybrid cascade heat pump and thermal-electric energy storage system for residential buildings: experimental testing and performance analysis Palomba, Valeria; Bonanno, Antonino; Brunaccini, Giovanni; Aloisio, Davide; Sergi, Francesco; Dino, Giuseppe E.; Varvagiannis, Efstratios; Karellas, Sotirios; Nitsch, Birgo; Strehlow, Andreas; Groβe, André; Herrmann, Ralph; Barmparitsas, Nikolaos; Koch, Nelson; Vérez, David; Cabeza, Luisa F.; Zsembinszki, Gabriel; Frazzica, Andrea (MDPI, 2021)The need for innovative heating and cooling systems to decarbonize the building sector is widely recognized. It is especially important to increase the share of renewables at building level by maximizing self-consumption ...