Energy measurements at Skarpnes zero energy homes in Southern Norway: Do the loads match up with the on-site energy production?
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OriginalversjonEnergy Procedia. 2017, 132 567-573. 10.1016/j.egypro.2017.09.743
Five houses are designed as zero-energy homes in Skarpnes, Norway. The energy goal is to achieve net zero-energy balance on an annual basis. The houses have heat pumps and solar cells (PV). Energy use and delivered energy have been monitored from June 2015. Variations between calculations and measurements are explained by technical and non-technical reasons. For the first year, higher than expected energy loads result in a solar energy cover factor of 65–87% of delivered electricity. The PV generation performs satisfactorily, hence, it may be possible to achieve energy goals during later years provided technical adjustments or behavioral changes.
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