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Previous studies in building energy assessment clearly state that to meet sustainable energy goals, existing buildings, as well as new buildings, will need to improve their energy efficiency. Thus, meeting

Previous studies in building energy assessment clearly state that to meet sustainable energy goals, existing buildings, as well as new buildings, will need to improve their energy efficiency. Thus, meeting energy goals relies on retrofitting existing buildings. Most building energy models are bottom-up engineering models, meaning these models calculate energy demand of individual buildings through their physical properties and energy use for specific end uses (e.g., lighting, appliances, and water heating).

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    Arababadi, R., Naganathan, H., Parrish, K., & Chong, W. (2015). Determining the Feasibility of Statistical Techniques to Identify the Most Important Input Parameters of Building Energy Models. Procedia Engineering, 118, 1258-1265. doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2015.08.478

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