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Moscow – energy efficient city, 2017 - XXXIV Conference and Exhibition

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Transition to an energy efficient economy means fundamental changes in the city’s economy structure and its technical infrastructure, changes in the regulatory framework, mobilization and coordination of all federal and regional executive authorities, changes in the consumption structure, in the behavioral stereotypes. Discussion of these subjects will become the key topic of XXXIV Conference and Exhibition “Moscow– energy efficient city”. Affiliated meetings of the Conference will discuss the issues of energy efficiency enhancement during design, construction, reconstruction and operation of buildings, will review the foreign experience in implementation of energy saving measures.


Over the 24 years of its history, the Conference and Exhibition has not only taken a notable position among the national energy forums, but become one of the leading forums. The Conference results allow for organization of a new stage of the energy facilities development and identification of the most feasible ways for its development not only for Moscow, but for Russian Federation regions as well.



Main Conference and Exhibition Sections

Energy services, energy audit and energy certification of buildings
Heating, ventilation and air conditioning
Heat and power supply
Water supply and sewage
Green construction and nonconventional energy sources
Thermal protection of buildings
External and internal lighting
Automation and control of building technical equipment
Fire safety of buildings and structures
Gas supply
Renovation and reconstruction of buildings
Transparent building envelopes
Regulatory and methodological support for energy saving measures
Energy savings in Data Centers

ABOK – Russian Association of Engineers for Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning, Heat Supply and Building Thermal Physics
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