Man consumes energy and community, the basic unit of urban development, is also an integrated energy -consuming unit. Sustainable community construction is a development model for local redevelopment which integrates culture and local features. Hence, incorporating a low-carbon concept into a sustainable community construction model will help reduce a community's carbon footprint. Community energy-saving polices can be effectively promoted by guidance, evaluation, feature development and sustainable management as well as heritage programs. This study applies Delphi method, analytic hierarchy process (AHP), and fuzzy logic in building a quantitative evaluation model for sustainable community construction low-carbon development effectiveness, to compare community low-carbon and energy saving development levels by calculating quantitative values as the basis for merits. In addition to testing the effectiveness of self-development of features, this study can also provide the government with a reference and criteria to evaluate the performance of low-carbon community construction projects.

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