|Autors: Draganova, I. D., Kolev, V. G., Gospodinova, D. N.|
Title: Policy and Energy Efficiency in the Context of the National Zero Emmision Building plan in Bulgaria
Keywords: Energy consumption , Energy efficiency , Buildings , Europe , Space heating , Home appliances , Market research
Abstract: This article provides information and analysis of the trends in electricity consumption in Bulgaria and the EU, identified by the strategies for reducing CO 2 emissions, reducing the use of electricity to climate improvement. Energy efficiency progress has been evaluated since 2000, using official data from Eurostat and Bulgaria National Statistical Institute. The share of energy consumption in residential buildings by 2016 in the EU amounts to approximately 40% of total power consumption, which is the first largest consumer sector. The article discusses together data, policies and legislative marks for a desired change in the sector. It is well known that the process of energy demand is very dynamic, so basic indicators are presented that determine the impact of various factors on energy consumption. Results are also presented showing the impact of policies on energy consumption and efficiency.
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