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The Russian Economy Can Cut Expenditures On Energy by 200 Billion Roubles Per Year
October 26, 2017 17:04


(Source: http://turlienecsiteck.fo.ru/wiki)

The Russian economy can cut expenditures on energy by 200 billion roubles per year with the help of extensive introduction of LEDs. This was announced by the Minister of Energy Aleksandr Novak.

“The economy potential amounts to 200 billion roubles a year, since about 12 percent of the total electricity is consumed on lighting. About 40 percent of this consumption can be saved” - the Minister is convinced. With the introduction of LEDs Russia is going to save about three billion roubles per year.

Novak took Moscow as a successful example: the city was able to increase the illumination of the city by 40 percent, without increasing the expenditures on electricity. Another example is the city of Vladimir, where the authorities were able to save up to 30 percent of electricity expenditures, applying new technologies to about 44 percent of street lighting. The Minister recalled that a ban on the purchase of inefficient lighting sources for state and municipal needs was introduced earlier this year.


Sources: http://lenta.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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