A life cycle cost analysis of large-scale thermal energy storage technologies for buildings using combined heat and power

@inproceedings{Gaine2010ALC,
  title={A life cycle cost analysis of large-scale thermal energy storage technologies for buildings using combined heat and power},
  author={Kenneth Gaine and Aidan Duffy},
  year={2010}
}
account for approximately 40% of energy consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in developed economies, of which approximately 55% of building energy is used for heating and cooling. The reduction of building-related GHG emissions is a high international policy priority. For this reason and because there are many technical solutions for this, these polices should involve significant improvements in the uptake of small-scale energy efficient (EE) systems. However the widespread deployment… CONTINUE READING

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