Dr. Kua Harn Wei

National University of Singapore, Singapore



2006 Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA

2002 Dual Masters, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA

Publications (Selected)

  1. Kua H. W., Lee S. E., 2002. Demonstration Intelligent Building – a methodology for the promotion of total sustainability in the built environment, Building and Environment, Vol. 37, Issue 3, 231-240.
  2. Kua H. W., Ashford N., 2004. Co-optimization through increasing Willingness, Opportunity, and Capacity: A Generalizable Concept of Appropriate Technology Transfer, International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialization,3(3):324-334.
  3. Kua H. W., 2007. Information Flow and Its Significance in Coherently Integrated Policymaking for Promoting Energy Efficiency, Environmental Science and Technology, 41, no.9., 3047-3054.
  4. Kua H. W., 2010. CSdR Singapore – applying creative governance concept to corporate sustainability through action research, The International Journal of Social Policy Research and Development, Vol. 1, No.2, 26-35
  5. Kua H. W. and Wong C. L., 2012. Analysing the life cycle greenhouse gas emission and energy consumption of a multi-storied commercial building in Singapore from an extended system boundary perspective, Energy and Building, 51, 6-14.
  6. Kua H. W., 2012. Attributional and consequential life cycle inventory assessment of recycling copper slag as building material in Singapore, Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control, doi: 10.1177/0142331212445262.
  7. Kua H. W., Wong S. E, 2012. Lessons for integrated household energy conservation policies from an: intervention study in Singapore, Energy Policy, 47, 49-56.
  8. He H. Z., Kua H. W., 2013. Lessons on integrated household energy conservation policies from the Eco-living Program of Singapore’s South West District, Energy Policy, 55, 105-116.
  9. Kua H. W., 2013. The consequences of substituting sand with used copper slag in construction: an embodied energy and global warming potential analysis using life cycle approach and different allocation methods, Journal of Industrial Ecology, accepted.

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