Abstract

To implement actions to reduce the negative effects of carbon-based energy consumption calls for a good method of measuring that energy.
Prior research has always considered urban buildings and transport energy costs separately.
A combined energy use metric is developed at a large scale to provide better understanding of energy consumption patterns.
Because commuting plays such a substantial role in energy demand, the results show a direct relationship between lower per capita energy consumption and urbanised areas, demonstrating how energy efficient urban living is.

Conference

ConferencewholeSEM 3rd Annual Conference
Abbreviated titlewholeSEM 2016
CountryUK United Kingdom
CityCambridge
Period4/07/165/07/16

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Energy utilization
Carbon
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Osorio, B. M., McCullen, N., Walker, I., & Coley, D. (2016). Energy use of urban transport and buildings: A new combined metric. Poster session presented at wholeSEM 3rd Annual Conference, Cambridge, UK United Kingdom.

Energy use of urban transport and buildings: A new combined metric. / Osorio, Bruno Manuel; McCullen, Nicholas; Walker, Ian; Coley, David.

2016. Poster session presented at wholeSEM 3rd Annual Conference, Cambridge, UK United Kingdom.

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Osorio, BM, McCullen, N, Walker, I & Coley, D 2016, 'Energy use of urban transport and buildings: A new combined metric' wholeSEM 3rd Annual Conference, Cambridge, UK United Kingdom, 4/07/16 - 5/07/16, .
Osorio BM, McCullen N, Walker I, Coley D. Energy use of urban transport and buildings: A new combined metric. 2016. Poster session presented at wholeSEM 3rd Annual Conference, Cambridge, UK United Kingdom.
Osorio, Bruno Manuel ; McCullen, Nicholas ; Walker, Ian ; Coley, David. / Energy use of urban transport and buildings: A new combined metric. Poster session presented at wholeSEM 3rd Annual Conference, Cambridge, UK United Kingdom.
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