• Shakiba Abdi



Abstract. Renewable energies will account for two thirds of global power plants by 2040, which is why, in most countries; they are the lowest source of cost for new production. At present, the share of direct and indirect renewable energy in final energy consumption will increase from 39 percent to 45 percent in 2040. The sustainable development scenario is an integrated solution for achieving a wide range of energy-related goals for sustainable economic development: Climate stabilization reduces the cleaner air and universal access to modern energy, and at the same time, the security risk of energy. In this regard, the purpose of this research is to achieve a combined way to access a wide range of
energy goals for sustainable economic development in sustainable architecture with the aim of expressing the study and research of the principles and practical solutions and methods of implementing the design of the flower production center with the aim of the sustainable development scenario for the preservation of the global environment as well as the preservation of the architecture effect in the world ecology system: The climate stability, clean air and global access to modern energy, as well as the reduction of energy security risks, are a comprehensive solution. And it's about the ability of the horticulture institute to combine environmental and atmospheric factors, and combine them with spatial and cosmological qualities, using the technology of the day to use sustainable energies and botanical laboratory which can focus on the laboratory needs of this center and even the region.
This research is based on the analysis and description method. The type of research work is applied.
Key words: space design, targeted agricultural development, sustainability architecture (solar building), heat storage system, greenhouse


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