Country:Belarus
Year:2011
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2011
Date Ended:2015 (Dec 31st)
Policy Type:Policy Support>Strategic planning, Policy Support
Energy Efficiency Policy Targets:Energy Utilities, CHP, Energy Utilities, Electricity, Energy Utilities, Electricity, Generation, Energy Utilities, Electricity, Transmission/distribution, Energy Utilities, Heating (including district heating), Multi-Sectoral Policy, Commercial/Industrial Equipment, Heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), Buildings, Existing buildings, Buildings, New buildings, Buildings, Energy Class, Low Energy
Renewable Energy Policy Targets:Multiple RE Sources, Multiple RE Sources, All, Bioenergy, Geothermal, Hydropower, Solar Thermal, Wind, Solar
Policy Sector:Electricity, Framework Policy, Heating and Cooling, Multi-sectoral Policy
Size of Plant Targeted:Small and Large
Agency:Council of Ministers and Ministries
URL:http://www.pravo.by/main.aspx?guid=3871&p0=C21001882&p2={NRPA}
Legal References:Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus 24.12.2010, No 1882;
Funding:USD 8.662,5 million
Energy Efficiency Description:

On 24 December 2010 Council of Ministers adopted National Energy Saving Programme for 2011-2015. The main objectives of the Programme are to:

  • Deployment alternative and renewable energy sources;
  • Increase of energy efficiency in all sectors;
  • Reduction of energy losses on energy transport;
  • Greater usage of combined heat and power cycles;
  • Support of research and advancement in energy technologies;
  • Limit GHG emissions;

The goal is to reduce energy intensity within 5 years of national GDP by 29-30% in comparison to the 2010 baseline.

Targets:

  • Reduction in heat loses by 8%;
  • Increase cogeneration of electricity and heat at least up to 55% by 2015;
  • Reduction of energy consumption by 15-20%;
  • achieved by 2015, the construction of at least 60% of energy efficient residential buildings with specific consumption of thermal energy for heating and ventilation of less than 60 kWh;
  • commission additional hydroelectric capacity of 103 MW;
  • new biogas capacity of 39 MW;
  • increase wind capacity up to 300 MW;
  • increase the volume of other types of alternative energy (solar energy, geothermal resources, municipal solid waste, crop residues, etc.) estimated up to 100 thousand tons of oil equivalent.
Renewable Energy Description:

On 24 December 2010 Council of Ministers adopted National Energy Saving Programme for 2011-2015. The main objectives of the Programme are to:

  • Deployment alternative and renewable energy sources;
  • Increase of energy efficiency in all sectors;
  • Reduction of energy losses on energy transport;
  • Greater usage of combined heat and power cycles;
  • Support of research and advancement in energy technologies;
  • Limit GHG emissions;

The goal is to reduce energy intensity within 5 years of national GDP by 29-30% in comparison to the 2010 baseline.

Targets:

  • Reduction in heat loses by 8%;
  • Increase cogeneration of electricity and heat at least up to 55% by 2015;
  • Reduction of energy consumption by 15-20%;
  • achieved by 2015, the construction of at least 60% of energy efficient residential buildings with specific consumption of thermal energy for heating and ventilation of less than 60 kWh;
  • commission additional hydroelectric capacity of 103 MW;
  • new biogas capacity of 39 MW;
  • increase wind capacity up to 300 MW;
  • increase the volume of other types of alternative energy (solar energy, geothermal resources, municipal solid waste, crop residues, etc.) estimated up to 100 thousand tons of oil equivalent.
This record supersedes:National Energy Saving Programme 2006-2010

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