Renewable energy technology feasibility study for a new hotel building in Amsterdam

J.M.A. Bischoff, J.L.M. Hensen, Mohamed Hassan Mohamed, C. Philips

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This article discusses the economic and environmental feasibility of applying renewable energy technology (RET) to a new hotel building in Amsterdam using the simulation software HOMER. The study shows that applying PV including a surface up to 750m² can be both economical and environmentally feasible and that achieving a Renewable Fraction (RF) of above 75% at the hotel building in Amsterdam goes along with an increasing life cycle cost (LCC). Besides PV, other renewable energy technologies as micro wind-turbine and CHP are investigated.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)21-27
JournalREHVA Journal
Issue numberOctober
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Bischoff, J. M. A., Hensen, J. L. M., Hassan Mohamed, M., & Philips, C. (2016). Renewable energy technology feasibility study for a new hotel building in Amsterdam. REHVA Journal, (October), 21-27.
Bischoff, J.M.A. ; Hensen, J.L.M. ; Hassan Mohamed, Mohamed ; Philips, C. / Renewable energy technology feasibility study for a new hotel building in Amsterdam. In: REHVA Journal. 2016 ; No. October. pp. 21-27.
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In: REHVA Journal, No. October, 2016, p. 21-27.

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