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  • Type KAPSARC journal article
  • Date 26 October 2021
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Abstract

The analysis presented in this paper evaluates the impact of stay-home order on the energy consumption of Saudi residential building stock. The analysis combines monitored data obtained for a sample of housing units as well as the results Residential Energy Model (REEM). In particular, the analysis approach is used to estimate the energy impact of the 2020 stay home order that was imposed due to COVID-19 in most of Saudi Arabia regions between 15 March and June 15, 2020.

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.energy.2021.121637

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Mohammad Aldubyan

Senior Research Associate Mohammad is a researcher in KAPSARC’s Climate and Environment program. His research focuses on energy efficiency, energy demand and price… Mohammad is a researcher in KAPSARC’s Climate and Environment program. His research focuses on energy efficiency, energy demand and price reforms. He is currently leading the Residential Energy Model (REEM), which simulates residential energy demand and estimates the impact of energy efficiency programs on Saudi Arabia’s housing sector. He is also part of a project modeling energy demand in Saudi Arabia and estimating the economic impacts of energy price reforms. Mohammad holds an M.Sc. in Renewable and Clean Energy from the University of Dayton, Ohio and an M.Sc. in Economics from Purdue University, West Lafayette.

Expertise

  • Energy Efficiency; Energy Demand and Price Reforms; Energy Economics Modeling

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Moncef Krarti

Moncef Krarti

Former Visiting Researcher Moncef was a visiting researcher with over 30 years of experience in designing, testing, and assessing innovative energy efficiency and… Moncef was a visiting researcher with over 30 years of experience in designing, testing, and assessing innovative energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies applied to buildings. He is a professor and a coordinator of the Building Systems Program, Civil, Environment and Architectural Department at the University of Colorado.

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