Strategije dekarbonizacije komercijalnih zgrada

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Agis M. Papadopoulos Elli Kyriaki Effrosyni Giama Anh Tuan Hoang Sandro Nižetić

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Komercijalne zgrade uopšte, a posebno tržni centri, spadaju među zgrade koje troše najviše energije, sa odgovarajućim uticajem na životnu sredinu, što je veoma dobro oslikano njihovim ugljeničnim otiskom. U isto vreme, komercijalne zgrade su kapitalno intenzivna sredstva sa visokim operativnim troškovima, koja primaju veliki broj posetilaca kao kupaca i mesta su preduzetništva u lokalnim privredama. Oni su takođe znamenitosti sa visokom vidljivošću, pa su stoga idealna mesta za promociju tehnologija dekarbonizacije.


Vlasnici i menadžeri zgrada počeli su da shvataju da holistička strategija dekarbonizacije ima mnoge prednosti koje se mogu izmeriti, osim regulatornih pritisaka. To uključuje, između ostalog, smanjene operativne troškove, povećano blagostanje koje dovodi do većeg zadovoljstva kupaca, povećanu produktivnost osoblja i smanjen rizik zbog moguće izloženosti nepovoljnim uslovima. Oni takođe pokazuju visoku korporativnu odgovornost i, na kraju, poboljšani korporativni identitet koji rezultira marketinškim prednostima, kada se zasniva na vidljivoj posvećenosti smanjenju emisije ugljenika. Dati su primeri mera sanacije omotača zgrade kako bi se pokazalo da je to samoplatan i isplativ način za postizanje svih ovih ciljeva, što ga čini privlačnim investitorima.

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PAPADOPOULOS, Agis M. et al. Strategije dekarbonizacije komercijalnih zgrada. Zbornik Međunarodnog kongresa o KGH, [S.l.], v. 52, n. 1, p. 121-129, dec. 2021. Dostupno na: <https://izdanja.smeits.rs/index.php/kghk/article/view/6706>. Datum pristupa: 23 jan. 2022
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