Policy instruments to improve energy performance of existing owner occupied dwellings understanding and insight lorraine colette murphy delft university of technology faculty of architecture and the built environment. The aim of this thesis is to add knowledge to the role and impact of policy instruments in meeting energy performance ambition in the existing owner occupied housing stock the focus was instruments available in the netherlands in 2011 and 2012. Climate change policies in the netherlands recognise the importance of existing dwellings efforts to gain these energy savings are led at national level by policy instruments such as the energy . Overall understanding of the type scope and mix of policy instruments best suited to tackle demand side energy use in existing dwellings remains unsophisticated what is clear is that realising energy saving in existing dwellings that matches the estimated potential is complex. In 50 of the dwellings the realization was not in accordance with the design these results comply with other findings about inadequate performance of the building industry but also by a low
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