2014 Green Gateway ‘O2Zonia’ - Zero Emission Park in Thailand, Khau Yai
Dreamers out; face of the global challenges of climate change, fuel security and fuel affordability, the way we consume energy in our buildings has to change. Zero Emission in-all is our response to this challenge and lays out the guiding principles on ‘the future way we living’.
It is also an invite to other like-minded organisations to work with us to make our industries fit for purpose for the future.
Sometimes you just feel the desire to be immersed in the natural world.
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Adopting a culture of sustainability throughout all aspects of academics, research and operations is the ultimate goal for a campus concerned with the impact it has on the community and the future. A sustainable campus promotes socially just and vibrant communities, is economically responsible and conserves finite resources.
Meet Nature & Nurture
Forest of Peace with his project O2Zonia start right now a worldwide campaign and invite all people, the are realy interested in sustainable living, her inspiration to bring over in our Forest of Peace (O2Zonia) - Khau Yai, Wang Nam Khiao, Nahkon … project. We accept only idea’s: Zero-Emission in-all, that’s mean from planing to living, check it out:
Consequently, wide views of the Bamboo Maze as a Nature Trail. By the way there are a contest running Opts What Kind of Bamboo Will Grow in O²Zonia?, Forest of Peace build the first Zero Emission Resort worldwide in Thailand, Amphoe Wang Ngam Khiao ( Khao Yai National Park is situated in the western part of the Sankamphaeng Mountain Range, at the southwestern boundary of the Khorat Plateau. The highest mountain in the area of the park is 1,351 m high Khao Rom. |
- Khao Yai National Park travel guide )
Definitions - [Found your Paradise]
Zero net site energy use
In this type of ZNE, the amount of energy provided by on-site renewable energy sources is equal to the amount of energy used by the building.
Net zero energy emissions
In Zero O2Zonia-Park, a ZEB is generally defined as one with zero net energy emissions, also known as a zero carbon building or zero emissions building.
Under this definition the carbon emissions generated from on-site or off-site fossil fuel use are balanced by the amount of on-site renewable energy production. Other definitions include not only the carbon emissions generated by the building in use, but also those generated in the construction of the building and the embodied energy of the structure.
Off-the-grid buildings are stand-alone ZEBs that are not connected to an off-site energy utility facility. They require distributed renewable energy generation and energy storage capability (for when the sun is not shining, wind is not blowing, etc.). An energy autarkic house is a building concept where the balance of the own energy consumption and production can be made on an hourly or even smaller basis. Energy autarkic houses can be taken off-the-grid.
Design and Construction – [Building Your Future]
Spezifikation via Wikipedia
The most cost-effective steps toward a reduction in a building’s energy consumption usually occurs during the design process. To achieve efficient energy use, zero energy design departs significantly from conventional construction practice. Successful zero energy building designers typically combine time tested passive solar, or artificial conditioning, principles that work with the on site assets. Sunlight and solar heat, prevailing breezes, and the cool of the earth below a building, can provide daylighting and stable indoor temperatures with minimum mechanical means. ZEBs are normally optimized to use passive solar heat gain and shading, combined with thermal mass to stabilize diurnal temperature variations throughout the day, and in most climates are superinsulated. All the technologies needed to create zero energy buildings are available off-the-shelf today.
Sophisticated 3D computer simulation tools are available to model how a building will perform with a range of design variables such as building orientation (relative to the daily and seasonal position of the sun), window and door type and placement, overhang depth, insulation type and values of the building elements, air tightness (weatherization), the efficiency of heating, cooling, lighting and other equipment, as well as local climate. These simulations help the designers predict how the building will perform before it is built, and enable them to model the economic and financial implications on building cost benefit analysis, or even more appropriate – life cycle assessment.
Zero-energy buildings are built with significant energy-saving features. The heating and cooling loads are lowered by using high-efficiency equipment, added insulation, high-efficiency windows, natural ventilation, and other techniques. These features vary depending on climate zones in which the construction occurs. Water heating loads can be lowered by using water conservation fixtures, heat recovery units on waste water, and by using solar water heating, and high-efficiency water heating equipment. In addition, daylighting with skylights or solartubes can provide 100% of daytime illumination within the home. Nighttime illumination is typically done with fluorescent and LED lighting that use 1/3 or less power than incandescent lights, without adding unwanted heat. And miscellaneous electric loads can be lessened by choosing efficient appliances and minimizing phantom loads or standby power. Other techniques to reach net zero (dependent on climate) are Earth sheltered building principles, superinsulation walls using straw-bale construction, Vitruvianbuilt pre-fabricated building panels and roof elements plus exterior landscaping for seasonal shading.
Zero-energy buildings are often designed to make dual use of energy including white goods; for example, using refrigerator exhaust to heat domestic water, ventilation air and shower drain heat exchangers, office machines and computer servers, and body heat to heat the building. These buildings make use of heat energy that conventional buildings may exhaust outside. They may useheat recovery ventilation, hot water heat recycling, combined heat and power, and absorption chiller units
List of building materials
Wood / Teak
Grass / Bamboo
Earth / Sand/ Gravel
Building examples | Impression
What Does Your Dream House Look Like
“The purpose of the WikiHouse construction set is that the end structure is ready to be made weathertight using cladding, insulation, damp-proof membranes and windows. WikiHouse is still an experiment in its early stages, and these have not yet been prototyped or developed further. All the information shared on WikiHouse.cc is offered as an open invitation to collaborators and co-developers who are interested in putting open source solutions to these problems in the public domain. If you are working on one of these, or would like to know (or do) more, please get in touch.’
It is the Zero-energy building definition, as mentioned here, in the alternative, english text form from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia! - Net Zero Energy Building
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