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Smart Building


Apeksha Tarle , Matoshri Aasarabai Polytechnic, Nashik, India; Siddhi Jadhav, Matoshri Aasarabai Polytechnic, Nashik, India; Pratibha Khairnar, Matoshri Aasarabai Polytechnic, Nashik, India; Komal Ughade, Matoshri Aasarabai Polytechnic, Nashik, India; Prof. Sagar P. Thombare, Matoshri Aasarabai Polytechnic, Nashik, India


Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) `


Buildings are significant contributors to energy feeding accounting for around one-third of energy spent in cities, where large public buildings are the dominant energy consumers and energy consumption might be significantly decreased through Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS). With the need to mitigate global warming, today's world is shifting towards a sustainable economy by means of Renewable Energy Sources. In smart building there are the presence of renewable sources i.e. solar and windmills. The Solar and wind energy is more effective and conventional form of renewable energy available at most it does not depends on any factor, solar energy begins when the day begin. Within the smart buildings context, electric vehicles (EVs) require an increasing consideration. The energy is also generates due to the piezo electric crystals. This building energy efficiency solution based on smart grid expected to be a critical part of the future smart grid.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV5I110022
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 11
Publication Date: 01/02/2018
Page(s): 24-26

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