4 edition of Energy efficiency technologies for Central and Eastern Europe. found in the catalog.
by Office of Technology Assessment, Congress of the U.S. in Washington, DC
Written in English
|Contributions||United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment.|
|LC Classifications||TJ163.4.E85 E52 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 129 p. :|
|Number of Pages||129|
|LC Control Number||93202830|
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Get this from a library. Energy efficiency technologies for Central and Eastern Europe. [United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment.;]. Energy Efficiency Technologies for Central and Eastern Europe Much of the energy consumed in the former Communist countries is wasted.
Efficiency im-provements requiring only modest investments will permit these economies to operate with dramatically less energy. However, constraints such as inadequate capital and expertise are. The final report, to be published inwill. complete the analysis of energy efficiency and. also address issues of increasing the production of.
energy, in particular petroleum and natural gas. Energy efficiency technologies for Central and Eastern Europe. Washington, DC: Office of Technology Assessment, Congress of the U.S.,  (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors.
energy and environmental technology transfer to Central and Eastern Europe. The intent is to determine how U.S. energy technology can help in resolving the economic and environmental problems of the region, and the impact of measures to expedite the process.
This report, the first of two from that assessment, focuses on the improvement of. 2 I Energy Efficiency Technologies for Central and Eastern Europe energy efficiency.
Decision-makers must be given proper incentives to minimize costs, including energy, and they must have information on their opportunities. Current energy efficiency assist-ance is a vital element in creating the expertise and funds that will be needed to.
In successive chapters Chandler reviews energy use, energy efficiency, nuclear safety and security, petroleum geoeconomics, coal, utility monopoly and competition, and environmental and climatic change in the former Soviet Union and Central and Eastern by: 10 I Energy Efficiency Technologies for Central and Eastern Europe OVERVIEW OF REFORMS TO DATE2 I Economic Reforms Prior to the collapse of Communist party (CP) rule inPoland and Hungary, in rather different ways, had adopted reforms that reduced the authority of central planning, provided some pricing flexibility, and modified policies regard.
Industrial Energy Devices in Slovakia 86 Case Study 4: Improving the District Heating System in Moscow 88 Programs To Assist Energy Efficiency 91 The Energy Assistance Efforts 92 Trade and Investments Opportunities 93 U.S.
Programs 94 Multilateral Programs European and Japanese Programs Policy Considerations U.S. Policy Options To Increase Technology Transfer. Implementation of energy efficiency programmes needs to come up to speed to deliver on the energy savings target and reduce import dependence, improve local air quality, reduce fuel poverty, and in general, bring a better quality of life for the citizens in Central and Eastern Europe.
12 GUIDE ON GOOD PRACTICE IN ENERGY EFFICIENCY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTH EASTERN EUROPE. by residential (26%), industry (14%), and services (9%). The country made important progress in strengthening its legal and institutional framework for energy efficiency, particularly regarding the energy performance of Size: 5MB.
Energy topics. List item. Energy efficiency – targets, directive and rules Energy performance of buildings Cogeneration of heat and power Energy label and ecodesign Financing energy efficiency Heating and cooling.
Energy storage Digitalisation Flexibility markets Strategic Energy Technology Plan Fusion energy and ITER Energy and smart. According to a central IEA (International Energy Agency) scenario (New Policies Scenario) global energy demand will increase by as much as 40% till comparing to According to the scenario, fossil fuels (oil, gas, solids) will still cover the vast majority of the energy demand with a 75% share in Central and eastern European countries want to refocus their economies around knowledge-based industries.
Ambitious projects in flying cars and cryptography are taking off, but is the. Energy efficient building technologies across Europe: near $ Billion in According to a report from Navigant Research, announced on October 12thspending on energy efficient building technologies alone is expected to be close to $ Billion.
The energy transition in Central and Eastern Europe: The business case for higher ambition is the fifth instalment of the CLG business conversation series with the aim of stimulating policy debate and leading positive change among politicians, policymakers and businesses, all of whom have a pivotal role to play in accelerating the energy.
Finally investors have decided to build the Krk LNG terminal, and argue that it will increase energy security in Central Europe and the Balkans.
But its impact can range from maintaining the country’s reliance on fossil fuels to becoming an underutilised piece of infrastructure sapping away governments’ attention from their renewable energy agendas, says John Szabó. The main barriers identified are: ‐ lack of information and awareness of the actual electricity consumption of lift and escalator systems; ‐ lack of information and awareness of the energy efficient technologies in the market; ‐ low state of knowledge on the economic efficiency of the technological measures; ‐ split incentives between general contractors, owners of installations.
Energy transformation. The power industry faces a complex set of challenges: extending electricity access to over one billion people around the world who are currently in the dark, and providing sufficient power to support stable growth and rising living standards for billions more; ensuring environmental sustainability and decarbonization.
Central and South Eastern Europe energy connectivity. The Central and South Eastern Europe energy connectvity (CESEC) works to accelerate the integration of gas and electricity markets in the region.
Building the Energy Union: the problem of cross-border gas pipeline interconnections in Baltic, Central, and South-Eastern Europe, Jack D.
Sharples Eminent Domain Authority for Upstream Gas Infrastructure: An Alternative Approach, Tara Righetti.The greatest energy efficiency savings are, logically, to be found in the least energy efficient countries, e.g.
those in central and eastern Europe. More of Europe‟s renewable energy potential lies in the forests, farms, and rivers of central and eastern Europe than in western Europe.
In its May communication,1 1File Size: 1MB.Topics: Energy conservation--Europe, Eastern--Technological innovations., Energy conservation--Europe, Central--Technological innovations., Technology transfer.