Feasibility Study on the Instruments and Technologies Enabling the Use of Renewable Energy Resources to Satisfy the Energy Requirements of Public Buildings

The DVD contains:
studies prepared within the project, which analyzes the accomplished survey in the target area and in public buildings and conclusive studies, which states investment models for buildings with identical characteristics in order to use renewable energy sources. Furthermore, it contains an interactive place, where it is possible to make calculations related to model investments.

The recent enormous energy consumption forces us to look for alternative energy sources, whereas the quantity of traditional (fossil) energy resources constantly decreases. The raw material production is artificially decreased in order to receive economical and/or political benefits.
Direct energetic and economic consequences of events observable on the political scene during recent years forces the European Union - as well as our country - to revaluate its energy policy.
The importance of renewable energy sources is that their application is in accordance with the principles of the sustainable development, so they don't damage the environment and does not influence the human development.
In Slovakia - according to EU regulations - by the year of 2020 the rate of renewable energy sources has to be minimum 10% in comparison with the gross final energy consumption.
More than 30% of energy consumption in Slovakia and 40% in Hungary is realized in buildings.
If the building insulation is efficient and we start to use renewable energy sources the energy security will also be ensured for the generation of our children and grandchildren.
On the basis of above mentioned facts, the Kisalföld Foundation for Enterprise Promotion - together with the Komárom-Esztergom County Regional Business Development Foundation and the Regional Development Agency, South Region - successfully realized the project "Green Future"

The Goal:
The goal of the project is to search for possibilities of renewable energy sources utilization in public buildings, typification of investment goals and elaboration of basic investment models. The consumption of energy could be successfully reduced by gaining energy from renewable sources, e.g. energy from water, wind, the sun, geothermal sources, and biomass sources. The study presents useful descriptions and samples, which provide help to those, who are interested in reducing their cost of energy consumption as well as making decisions related to their planned investments that have similar characteristics. It could be utilized by municipalities, which are planning to use renewable energy sources and apply for support to realize it.

Target group:
Municipalities - districts of ©aµa, Komárno, Nové Zámky and counties of Komárom - Esztergom and Győr-Moson-Sopron as owners, maintainers and operators of public buildings.

Enterprise sector - MEF producers of technologies.
Non-profit organizations - support of the maintainable environment and landscape, reducing negative impact on the environment.
Inhabitants - after accomplishing the investment, qualitative improvement of inhabitants' surroundings in cross-border regions.


Please read our studies:
First Study Second Study Third Study

The project has been implemented by the following organisations:

Regional Development Agency, South Region
Svätého ©tefana 79, 943 01 ©túrovo,
Slovak Republic
Tel./fax: 036/752 3051
web: http://www.rra-juznyregion.sk
mail: info@rra-juznyregion.sk

Kisalföld Foundation for Enterprise Promotion
H-9022 Győr, Czuczor G. u. 30. - HUNGARY
Tel: +36 96 512 530
fax: +36 96 512 534
web: http://www.kva.hu

Komárom-Esztergom County Regional Business Development Foundation
2800 Tatabánya, Fő tér 4. - HUNGARY
Tel./fax: +36 34 311 622
web: http://www.kem-hvk.hu
mail: info@kem-hvk.hu

Project data:

Green Future

Feasibility study about renewable energy source technologies utilization for ensuring the energy requirement of public institutions.
Hungary - Slovakia Cross- border Co-operation Program 2007-2013
The implementation of the project was funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) within the Hungary-Slovakia Cross-border Co-operation Programme. (For more information on the project please visit www.husk-cbc.eu).
The content of this publication does not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the European Union!

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