Formation of a Regional Process Management Model for Energy Efficiency of Low-Rise Residential Construction
AbstractArticle is devoted to the formation of a regional model of development and management of processes to improve energy efficiency of low-rise residential construction in Russia. Authors define the role and place of low-rise construction in the national socio-economic priorities, as well as the method of forming regional models. Developed a set of indicators to measure the effectiveness of the implementation of the model. The analysis and evaluation revealed the ineffectiveness of the existing state of regional development programs for low-rise construction. The main objective of the study is to develop a theoretical basis and practical recommendations for the formation of affordable low-rise housing that meets the requirements of energy efficiency and environmental friendliness. Authors have solved the problem of forming a model based on a systematic and interdisciplinary approaches, and demonstrate the effects associated with its implementation. The study uses the methods and principles of object-logical, structural-functional and systemic analysis, systemic and target-oriented approaches, tools, indicative planning and situational modeling. The study developed a model of development and implementation of regional development programs for low-rise housing to meet the requirements of energy efficiency. Study results presented in the article can be used by the authorities in the development of territorial planning documents (i.e. regional and national programs for the development of low-rise housing construction).
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Zharova, E. A., Minaev, N. N., Filushina, K. E., Gusakov, A. M., & Gusakova, N. V. (2015). Formation of a Regional Process Management Model for Energy Efficiency of Low-Rise Residential Construction. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 6(3 S5), 155. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/mjss/article/view/6765
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