Title: Integration of renewable energy systems in the future built environment
Language: English
Authors: Karabagli, Kaan 
Qualification level: Diploma
Advisor: Haas, Reinhard 
Issue Date: 2018
Qualification level: Diploma
Abstract: 
Since the last century, technology has evolved like never before and entered to our lives. It has become more than a tool but a mechanism for survival of humankind. Renewable Energy Systems is one of the best examples for the technologies that play such a curtail role. With technology, human life span has extended and populations have increased faster and more, like ever before in the history of humankind. With the increasing high levels of population, the demand for energy increased more than ever and the consumption of natural energy resources have came to a level where a new source of energy has become crucial for the survival of humankind. With the renewable energy systems, the solution for that new energy resource have been found These are new technologies that sustain the way we consume energy and also help us produce energy for our needs. There are variety of different renewable energy systems. As the technology evolves, new and more evolved systems enter our lives, which enable more efficiency, less consumption and less investment. Though renewable energy energy is not a new term, the technology of renewable energy systems has stated gaining popularity since the last two decades. One of the largest problems of this technology is its integration to our lives. While it started as a more independent technology, today it is becoming more smart and generalized. The impacts of its integration to the built environment is gaining more importance with the bureaucratic and commercial impacts are brought up to the grid systems. This thesis opens up the possibilities of Renewable Energy Systems, its impacts in our lives and its future, by examining the integration of Renewable Energy Systems in the Built Environment.
Keywords: Integration; Renewable Energy Systems; Future Built Environment
URI: https://resolver.obvsg.at/urn:nbn:at:at-ubtuw:1-119407
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12708/7930
Library ID: AC15224446
Organisation: E017 - Continuing Education Center 
Publication Type: Thesis
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