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Aspects of Stable Development on the Basis of Use of Innovation Energy-Saving

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  • Bashta Aleksandr I.

    (Crimean Scientific Center of NAS and MES of Ukraine)

  • Ivanova Anastasiya S.


    (Taurida National V. I. Vernadsky University)

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    The article analyses the main strategic direction of reliability of energy supply of recreation systems with preservation of rates of economic growth under conditions of increase of efficiency of use of energy resources and reduction of energy losses at all stages. The main socio-economic conditions of development of energy-saving technologies in recreation systems are: common social prospects of renewable energy, training qualified personnel, requirements to energy industry under conditions of stable development and marketing of energy saving. The following tasks were set and realised: to form theoretical and methodological provisions of analysis of development of energy-saving technologies in a recreation system by groups of socio-economic conditions; to justify measures required for a technological breakthrough in the socio-economic sphere of energy saving in a recreation system; to reveal and analyse programmes on economic support of production of renewable sources of energy in Ukraine and Crimea and the legal base; to consider feed-in tariffs in Ukraine and EU countries; to reveal advantages of development of solar energy in Ukraine. At the modern stage it is necessary, first of all, to accelerate development of training and methodical complex of retraining and additional training of personnel, whose knowledge has approximate theoretical character or purely practical one. The scientific and technological breakthrough could only be possible in the event of objective growth of science intensity of the production process and intellectualisation of labour. Methodology of energy-saving innovations includes expansion of scientific cognition, development of the recreational sector in real time and use of methods of comparative and analytical assessment and benchmarking.

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    Article provided by RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics in its journal Business Inform.

    Volume (Year): (2013)
    Issue (Month): 5 ()
    Pages: 96-99

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    Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2013:i:5:p:96_99
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    1. Collins, Julie, 2007. "Climate Change and Emissions Trading (Power Point)," 2007 Seminar, August 24, 2007, Wellington, New Zealand 97617, New Zealand Agricultural and Resource Economics Society.
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