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Methodological approaches to rationing of unit costs of energy resources within the government-financed institutions

Malyarenko O.Ye., PhD (Engin.), Symborskiy A.I., PhD (Ekon.)
Institute of General Energy of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 172 Antonovycha St., Kyiv, 03680, Ukraine
Language: Ukrainian
Source: The Problems of General Energy, 2011, 2(25):40-48
Section: Enhancement of the efficiency of producing and using energy resources
UDC: 620.09:006.42
Received: 16.02.2011
Published: 13.04.2011


The existing "Multi-sectoral consumption rate of electricity and heat for the institutions and the public sector of Ukraine", approved in 1999, is based on the document "Standards and Guidelines for rationing fuel consumption and heat energy for heating of housing and public facilities, as well as economic and household needs in Ukraine ", approved in 1993. During the period since the introduction of the document, a number of new documents have been introduced, that must be taken into account in the new Methodology. To propose a new version of the Methodology, authors had analyzed the existing instruments in order to determine it's compliance with the current regulatory framework, the main types of energy consumption by economic activities in the institutions of public sector in the form of statistical reporting 11-MTP, which structure has been completely changed in 2005, were analyzed. In the draft of the Methodology of rate calculation of fuel and energy resources for the government-financed institutions it is proposed to include some changes and additions with respect to the formulas for calculating the annual heat demand for heating buildings, the paragraph concerning the use of electric cable heating system according to the DBN V.2.2-13-2003 was added; the calculation of unit cost of heat energy for hot water is added by coefficient of non-round-the-clock mode of hot water supply; the unit fuel rates for household and domestic needs are represented according to the DBN V.2.5-20-2001; unit electricity rate calculation - according to the DBN V.2.5-23-2003. A new approach to the definition of regional factors, which are counted as individual rates of unit electricity consumption by regions of Ukraine, is proposed.

Keywords: unit fuel rates, unit electricity rate, unit heat rate in the government-financed institutions.


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