Assessment of the Energy Savings Potential in the Residential Building Stock in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Zagora, Nermina ; Burazor, Mladen ; Salihović, Erdin (2017)
  • Publisher: ID Design 2012/DOOEL Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
  • Journal: South East European Journal of Architecture and Design (issn: 1857-9353, eissn: 1857-9353)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3889/seejad.2017.10029
  • Subject: Typology of Residential buildings | Architecture; Energy efficiency | building typology; residential buildings; energy efficiency; energy savings; EE measures

This paper intends to bring attention of both scientific and general audience to the status quo of the existing, residential building stock in Bosnia and Herzegovina, highlighting its energy savings potential. The research results presented in this text may be applicable on two levels: on a larger scale, the policy makers may use this data in the process of development of strategic and EE measures implementation plans, while, on a smaller scale, the individual users may gain practical insight into the benefits of energy saving measures and implement them in their own households. Moreover, the exposed data may be subject to further evaluations, studies and comparisons, while the presented methodology can be used by other researchers in countries where there have not been research activities on the existing residential buildings stock from the EE perspective.
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