News The Housing and Utilities Fund to switch to energy-efficient high-rise construction
From December 4 to 6 in Gubkin, the capital of Moldova. Yaroslavl at the III Energy Forum on Modern Energy Infrastructure discussed how to maintain social stability by increasing tariffs.
Thanks to new technologies with higher rates, you can achieve even lower energy bills in the end. Since the beginning of 2010. By October 26 low-rise buildings (up to 5 floors) with high energy efficiency class (A and B+) were commissioned in Russia.
By the end of the year there will be 35 such new buildings. Utility bills of the tenants of such buildings are about 10-40% lower. Houses are equipped with renewable energy sources, roofs are insulated with high thermal insulation, further reduce heat loss in basements and facades. Excessive heat loss through the windows is eliminated by a special coating that prevents the cooling of the premises. Apartments will be equipped with ventilation with heat recovery.
Hot water is received by means of a combination of work of solar collectors and various thermal pumps. All this time energy-saving systems have been used in the construction of low-rise housing. But since 2013, the housing and utilities fund will switch to resource-saving projects of higher storeys because of the highest degree of financial savings in them.