Istrazivanja i projektovanja za privreduJournal of Applied Engineering Science


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Volume 19 article 756 pages: 1 - 8

Rashid Sharipov
Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, Kazakh-German University, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan

Dinara Tyulyubayeva
Department of Science and Innovation, Kazakh-German University, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan

Madina Shavdinova
Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, Kazakh-German University, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan

Olga Kudrevich
Center for Technical Regulation and Standardization, Scientific and Production Republican Unitary Enterprise "Stroytehnorm", Minsk, Republic of Belarus

Syrymgali Yerzhanov
JSC Kazakh Research and Design Institute of Construction and Architecture, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan

The article touches upon the problem of energy saving and increasing energy efficiency in the construction sector, which consumes a significant share of the country's energy resources. The issues of rational use of energy resources with the aspects of energy saving, energy efficiency and, correspondingly, environmental problems are becoming increasingly important, and their solution has become a strategic task for Kazakhstan. In order to give momentum to energy saving measures carried out in Kazakhstan, a number of laws, bylaws and programs related to the rational use of energy resources and energy efficiency have been adopted. To solve this problem, it is planned to carry out targeted measures to eliminate existing political, legislative, technical and information barriers. A regulatory technical base is being developed based on the most recent advances of construction science.

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