Cambodia has been experiencing significant urbanisation, economic and population growth over the last decade with projections showing that this trend will continue until 2035 and beyond.1 Moreover, buildings are responsible for one third of the total final energy consumption in Phnom Penh and with increasing housing needs, no intervention will inevitably lead to an exponential increase both in energy consumption especially for cooling, and in related emissions. Furthermore, despite the low penetration rate of air-conditioning (AC) in the country, according to the International Energy Agency, AC sales have doubled between 2015-2018...
The members of the inter- and transdisciplinary funding priority »Sustainable Development of Urban Regions« publish their research results in various types of publication, that are appropriate for the respective research and implementation. In addition, the funding priority itself issues different formats of publication in which the international researchers of SURE publish their results.
A chronologically ordered selection of SURE related publications can be found here. If you are interested in a comprehensive list, please visit the individual websites of the SURE projects!