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EXPERIENCES ON ESTABLISHMENT OF THE ENERGY MANAGEMENT IN UKRAINE. Prof., Dr.Sc. Prakhovnik A.V., Ass. Prof., Ph.D., Inshekov E.N., Ukraine, Kiev. C ONTENT. Background and History Energy management in Ukraine Barriers on the way to the energy efficiency
Prof., Dr.Sc. Prakhovnik A.V.,
Ass. Prof., Ph.D., Inshekov E.N.,
- old education system;
- new economic knowledge;
- political: energy saving – priority in economy;
- state organization: State Committee for Energy Conservation (1995).
- income of foreign investor, owners, joint-organization;
- technical assistants (EU–Tacis, USA–USAID, Canada–CIDA, etc.);
- grants, between states agreements (Germany, Denmark, Sweden, etc.).
Absence of capital, especially current
means and depreciation funds
High bank credit bets
Large costs of capital escalating owing to
the high credit bets
Usage of the non
money forms of clearing
ayments for used energy and fuel
Absence of necessary investments,
can be sorted as:
Room (108 m2) with demonstration rigs, samples of energy efficient equipment, models and posters, used during training process. Today we have demo rigs for lighting systems, electric drive, flow metering, electric power and heat meters, district heating, etc. Companies, producing energy efficient equipment, arrange in the hall exhibitions of their products, which is available on Ukrainian market.
Aim of this room is to show energy efficient equipment in operation. It contains air handling unit with frequency controlled motor drive, chiller, electric boiler (for local heating system), uninterruptible power supply unit, switchboard with meters and building energy management system (BEMS). BEMS gathers data from meters, sensors, roof mounted weather station and monitors energy use at the Center. All equipment is widely used during training.
In financial block
In a social block
In production block
In administrative block
In legal block
In a market block
Both traditional sources of small power and RES can be sources of DG to cover peak demands.
“Strategy of development of energy efficient economy of Ukraine” consists of five blocks:
TCEM has powerful software and hardware complex for preparation, editing and printing of materials for trainers and trainees. Together with lEE Information and Publishing Center "Energy of Future Age" TCEM provides various information service for instructors, trainees and other interested parties, including: search, selection and dissemination of information on requested topic; work with library funds, including periodicals, demonstra-tion and information materials on different carriers; preparation of brochures, slides, overheads, CDs, etc.