TITLE

СПОСОБИ СТИМУЛЮВАННЯ ЗБЕРЕЖЕННЯ ТЕПЛА ТА ЕНЕРГІЇ В УКРАЇНІ Й ІНШИХ КРАЇНАХ

AUTHOR(S)
РОМАНЮК, О. О.; РЯБЕНКО, В. В.
PUB. DATE
September 2019
SOURCE
Bulletin of KNUTD;2019, Vol. 138 Issue 5, p43
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Purpose. Consider ways to stimulate heat and energy conservation in Ukraine and other countries, based on an analysis of the legal framework and practical experience. Methodology. Review and analysis of the Energy Strategy of Ukraine for the period up to 2035 “Security, Energy Efficiency, Competitiveness”, Laws of Ukraine “On Energy Saving”, “On Energy Efficiency Fund”. Review and analysis of the practical experience of applying different ways of stimulating energy saving, improving the efficiency of use of fuel and energy resources by economic entities, consumers in the housing sector in Ukraine and other countries. Findings. The ways of stimulation of heat and energy conservation in Ukraine are proposed, which envisage both the system of financing of projects of resource saving and ways of informing consumers about the energy efficiency of new equipment (through marking), buildings, households. Originality. The main directions to be developed for efficient management of energy efficiency projects, in particular, the efficient functioning of district heating; combined production of thermal and electric energy; use of local renewable energy resources; introduction of resource-saving eco-friendly technologies. Practical value. The legislation, which provides financial and informational ways of stimulating energy and heat conservation, as well as ways of financially filling the energy efficiency fund in Ukraine and the corresponding funds in other countries, is considered. The operation of the Energy Efficiency Fund is necessary for the provision of tax benefits, subsidies (targeted state and others), irrevocable appropriations for various types of energy conservation works, for the introduction of new types of energy saving equipment and technologies.
ACCESSION #
141624899

 

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