Using a segmented dynamic stock model for scenario analysis of future energy demand and GHG emissions from dwelling stocks

Helge Brattebø


Helge Brattebø is Professor of Industrial Ecology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and Director of the strategic interdisciplinary program NTNU Sustainability. He has over 25 years university experience and his research is mostly related to industrial ecology modeling of urban built environment, using methods such as dynamic MFA, LCA, LCC and scenario analysis. He has published ca 70 international journal paper, and supervised ca 60 MSc students and 20 PhD students towards their final theses.


Residential buildings are responsible for 24% of the global final energy consumption and associated greenhouse gas emissions. Energy and emission scenario analyses are important to quantify the mitigation potentials of... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Helge Brattebø (norwegia)
  2. Nina Holck Sandberg (NTNU)
  3. Magnus I. Vestrum (NTNU)
  4. Igor Sartori (SINTEF)

Topic Areas

• Socio-economic metabolism and material flow analysis , • Sustainable energy systems , • Infrastructure systems, the built environment, and smart and connected infrastructure


MS-16 » Circular Economy and Metabolism of Buildings (14:00 - Monday, 26th June, Room G)

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