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As climate change is globally widespread and intensifying, there is an urgent call for buildings to undergo energy reduction and decarbonization in order to reach carbon-neutrality by 2050. This article comes in response to this need, by comparing the thermal energy savings and discomfort...
Buildings consume substantial energy, primarily for cooling and heating, resulting in equivalent CO2 emissions. Proper building envelope design in hot climates is crucial for reducing heat transmission, especially in transparent glazed-dominated envelopes with low thermal insulation compared to...
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