ANALYSIS OF ENERGY-EFFICIENT CONSTRUCTION IN HOKKAIDO (JAPAN) AND THE USE OF ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCES IN THE ARCHITECTURE OF SAPPORO
The article analyzes the energy-efficient construction on the island of Hokkaido.
Showing the stages of transformation of housing over the last hundred years by the example of
enclosing structures of buildings, from houses of the indigenous population of the island before
the advent of modern "Eco-houses of the Northern type". Consider real projects of residential
houses using energy-efficient technologies (Energy-efficient house designed by japanese architect
Ako Yamamoto in the village of Nanporo and House Memu Meadows designed by japanese
architect Kengo Kuma). The analysis of the use of alternative energy sources in the architecture
of the city of Sapporo. Consider the types of renewable energy that is produced in the city. Presents
the most interesting and successful projects using the "new energy" (Convention center Sapporo,
Central wholesale market in Sapporo, Stadium "Sapporo dome", Energy Park is a new generation
zoo Maruyama, Glass pyramid in the Park Moerenuma). These studies are conducted to
enable the integration of such solutions for the design of energy-efficient buildings and structures
in the Far East of Russia.
Keywords: alternative energy sources, electricity, energy efficient construction, heat, renewable energy, solar collectors, solar panels, thermal insulation, альтернативные источники энергии, возобновляемая энергия, солнечные батареи, солнечные коллекторы, тепло., теплоизоляция, электроэнергия, энергоэффективное строительство