Structural And Topological Analysis Of Electric Energy Consumption Of Municipalities As The Basis For The Development Of The Regional Energy Efficiency Strategy
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S. V. Fedorova & P. Yu. Khudyakov
The amplifying polarization of the development of municipalities, the concentration of megalopolises’ development possibilities and the decrease of potential of the development of small territories make it urgent to create tools for monitoring, estimating and forecasting of the electric energy consumption in order to develop the regional energy efficiency strategy, which will facilitate the sustainable development of municipalities. The paper gives the authors’ definition of the energy efficiency of municipal units as the degree of real electric energy consumption compliance with the indicators of efficient energy consumption, along with providing comfortable habitation for the residents. The target indicators of municipal units’ energy efficiency can be achieved by the efficient consumption and usage of electric energy. The authors carried out structural and topological analysis of electric energy consumption municipal units of the region, based on the sustainable development methodology. The formulated S-distributions of electric energy consumption of municipal units revealed a self-organization regularities in the region, which were reflected in municipal units’ three-zone rating, formulated in accordance with electric energy consumption intensity. The results of the structural and topological analysis of electric energy consumption in absolute indicators and competitive speed indexes (intensity of electric energy consumption) are the basis for electric energy consumption forecasting of the region, as an integral structure formed by municipal units. Keywords: structural and topological analysis, sustainable development, energy efficiency strategy of municipalities.
structural and topological analysis, sustainable development, energy efficiency strategy of municipalities.