Country:Russia
Year:2010
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2010
Policy Type:Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives
Energy Efficiency Policy Targets:Energy Utilities, Heating (including district heating)
Legal References:Federal Law of July 27, 2010. № 190-FZ "On Heat Supply"
Energy Efficiency Description:

Russia has, under The Federal Law of July 27, 2010. № 190-FZ "On Heat Supply", adopted a new legislative basis and tariff structure for heat supply. The new tariff approach is aimed at enabling the realization of energy efficiency and renewable energy policy objectives. Long-term tariffs are advocated as a mechanism to reconcile investor and consumer interests. The new tariff structure moves from a short-term cost-plus tariff approach (creating incentives to increase energy consumption) to long-term investment-based tariff methodologies. The return on investment methodology, in contrast, is more compatible with the specific capital intensive cost structure of energy efficiency investments.

Reference document:

Modernizing the Russian District Heating Sector: Financing Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Investments under the New Federal Heat Law

Related policies:Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency Increase Law (261) , Federal Law On Heating Supplies

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