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SDG 7 Affordable and Clean Energy

Selected Research

Weng Chi Lei, & Tai, O. T. (2023). Impacts of Policies and Infrastructure on the Usage of Electric Vehicles in Macao [Conference]. 2023 Symposium on Environmental Science and Sustainable Technology (ESST2023), University of Saint Joseph, Macao, China. https://ise.usj.edu.mo/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/ESST2023-AbstractBooklet_2023-10-19-lres.pdf

Afonso, F. (2019, October, 25-27) Potential for the design of an energy saving facade system using agglomerated cork: implications in subtropical climates (Conference presentation), 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Buildings and Structures, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Suzhou, China

Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all

Excessive use of fossil fuels is the major cause of climate change in the world today. At USJ we are committed to the use of alternative and cleaner energy sources, such as solar panels, and solar-powered water heating, and to the reduction of our energy needs through the use of low energy consumption and LED bulbs. Launched in 2019, our fully equipped Green Campus incorporates green technologies for the reduction of energy consuption, including solar power electricity panels, solar-powered hot water heating, energy recovery in ventilation systems and chillers, low consumption bulbs and LED bulbs, low transmission glazing, crossflow ventilation chimneys, rainwater harvesting and recycling systems, ledger green strips and fins, and rooftop gardens.