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Conference Economic Aspects of the Energy Efficiency of EU Countries. Workshop on Energy Efficiency in Industrial and Buildings Sectors

Conference Economic Aspects of the Energy Efficiency of EU Countries. Workshop on Energy Efficiency in Industrial and Buildings Sectors

09 - 10 July 2019
Nizhny Novgorod Russia

UNECE, jointly with the Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University (NNSTU), organizes a capacity-building Workshop on Energy Efficiency in Industrial and Building Sectors in the framework of the Conference Economic Aspects of the Energy Efficiency of EU Countries. The workshop will provide an opportunity for peer-learning and exchange of experience between EU countries and countries of South-Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia in improving energy efficiency. On the first day of the Conference, specific focus is on policies and regulations that promote energy efficiency, barriers and solutions for energy efficiency investments, and the role of digitalization and smart energy. The Workshop on the second day will have a more in-depth sectoral look into industrial energy efficiency and energy efficiency in the building sector. The final session of the conference and workshop will be peer-learning round table on application of experience of EU countries in financing and implementing energy efficiency.

Documents

Documents ENG RUS
Agenda PDF PDF
Abstracts of Presentations
Тезисы выступлений
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Presentations

Presentation Title & Symbol ENG RUS
Day 1: Tuesday 09 July 2019    
Oleg Dzioubinski, Regional Adviser on Energy, UNECE
Overcoming Barriers to Investing in Energy Efficiency
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Anatoly Shevchenko, International Expert, UNDP
Technical regulation on energy efficiency mains powered devises of the EAEU
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Aleksandar Dukovski, Senior Energy Expert, North Macedonia, Chair, Group of Experts on Energy Efficiency, UNECE
Experience in developing energy efficiency supporting schemes according to the EU 2012 Energy Efficiency Directive
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Evgeniy Zenyutich, Director, Research Institute of Energy Efficient Technologies, NNSTU
Cost-effective energy saving events in the Russian educational sector
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Alexey Loskutov, Professor, NNSTU
The problems of transition of the electric power industry for digital technology
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Sergei Levchenko, Head of department, State Scientific Institution, Minsk
Why is intellectual energy efficiency important
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Boris Papkov, Professor, Nizhny Novgorod State University of Engineering and Economics
Distributed generation and active consumers in smart energy
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Andrey Shalukho, NNSTU
Virtual power plants based on distributed generation (in Russia and Europe)
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Olga Masleeva, NNSTU
Environmental component of the life cycle of energy sources
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Kamen Seymenliyski, Dean, Burgas Free University, Bulgaria
Educational Technologies in Energy Efficiency Training
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Silvia Letskovska, Burgas Free University, Bulgaria
LoT in Smart University
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Day 2: Wednesday 10 July    
Olga Usanova, Professor, Moscow Polytechnic University
The use of alternative sources of energy for energy efficiency
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Victor Poljakov, Director, Association for economic development of trade, business and industry enterprises, Sofia, Bulgaria
SMEs and energy efficiency through audit procedure
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Bojana Vasic, Educons University, Kamenica, Serbia
Energy efficiency as a driver of energy intensity-methodological analysis of measurement reliability and challenges for the future
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Juergen Unfried, National Engineering Center Energy Economy and Bio-Energy, Stuttgart, Germany
Blockchain technologies for implementation of Smart Grid Operation and improvement of Energy Efficiency
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Zlatko Pavicic, Independent Expert, Zagreb, Croatia
Energy efficiency and industrial development as inseparable partners in the perspective of national economic growth
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Angelos Smaragdakis, Magister, Technical University of Crete, Greece
Energy Efficiency and Risk Assessment of the Introduction of Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles in a Mediterranean town
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Ruslan Isaev, Head of Research Laboratory, Scientific Research Institute for Energy and Economics, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Actual problems of improving energy efficiency in consumer's electricity supply by using renewable energy sources
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Rakhimjan Babakhodjaev, Tashkent State Technical University, Uzbekistan
Improving the efficiency of the power industry in Uzbekistan
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Maxim Titov, European University at St. Petersburg, Executive Director, Energy Policy Research Center, Russian Federation
Transition to low-carbon economy in Russia
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Leonid Danilevski, Institute of Housing NIPTIS named after Atayev S.S., Minsk, Belarus
The European and national approaches to classification of buildings by energy efficiency and definition of values of the normalized indicators of the operated buildings
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Jens Ewald, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Energy Efficiency in the EU Residential Sector - the Role of Price and other Policy Instruments
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Dubravka Zivkovic, University of Kragujevac, Serbia
Economic aspects of the energy efficiency projects in buildings in EU countries compared to Southeast European countries
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Boris Melnichuk, National Cleaner Production Center, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
Implementation of Energy management system
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Jelena Vasic, Educons University, Kamenica, Serbia
Energy-efficient architecture
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Sergey Sergeev, Head of Laboratory, NNSTU
Economic Aspects of the Energy Efficiency of EU Countries
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