Learn-BPE survey: potential for embedding building performance evaluation in India
The purpose of this survey is to gather expert opinion about the potential for embedding building performance evaluation (BPE) in the Indian context (education, research and practice) so as to understand and improve the real energy and environmental performance of (green) buildings from a technical and occupant perspective.
The survey is part of an ongoing UK-India Newton Fund sponsored collaborative research project called Learn-BPE that seeks to develop new tools, methods and knowledge for embedding a customised building performance evaluation (BPE) approach for the Indian context (I-BPE toolkit). The toolkit will enable researchers, postgraduate students and practitioners of engineering and architecture, to empirically measure and improve the real energy and environmental performance of (green) buildings using low-cost monitoring, occupant survey, building inspection, review of design documents, and analysis.
The survey consists of six sections:
- About the respondent
- About building performance evaluation
- BPE and architectural/engineering education
- Potential for integrating BPE in the Indian context
- Closing information
Estimated time for completion: 5-8 minutes
If you have any questions about the research study, please contact:
Professor Rajat Gupta (Oxford Brookes University, UK):
Professor Sanyogita Manu (CEPT University, India):
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