This model, complemented with knowledge that was elicited from several stakeholders within the building sector, helps to inspect the implication of common beliefs in the path of shaping possible futures toward a transition to near-zero energy buildings (nZEB’s).
This model exemplifies actor interaction in the construction sector, according to information gathered from relevant actors in the Netherlands. It offers a simple frame to represent diverse interests, interdependencies and effects on the diffusion (number) of built sustainable houses.
We assume a grid-like city endowed with n x n cells, each of which can sustain either a near-zero energy (nZE) or a normal home. Each cell can have one of six potential states: (i) unused land, (ii) spotted / occupied by a project developer, (iii) under land sale permission request, (iv) under a construction permission request, (v) hosting a built nZE home (sold and on sale), or (vi) hosting a normal home (sold and on sale).
|Version||Submitter||First published||Last modified||Status|
|1.5.0||César García-Díaz||Sat Jan 31 16:40:31 2015||Sat Jan 31 16:40:31 2015||Published|
|1.4.0||César García-Díaz||Sat Jan 31 15:52:42 2015||Sat Jan 31 15:52:42 2015||Published|
|1.3.0||César García-Díaz||Wed Jul 2 20:35:37 2014||Wed Jul 2 20:35:37 2014||Published|
|1.2.0||César García-Díaz||Wed Jul 2 20:29:37 2014||Wed Jul 2 20:29:37 2014||Published|
|1.1.0||César García-Díaz||Tue Jun 17 23:52:35 2014||Tue Jun 17 23:52:35 2014||Published|
|1.0.0||César García-Díaz||Wed Oct 30 18:00:35 2013||Wed Oct 30 18:00:35 2013||Published|