Policies for Economic Efficiency. Providing utilities in Public Administration
Simionescu, Aurel Gabriel
Dragomir, Mariana Carmelia
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The reality of the contemporary world has shown that there is an increasing interdependent power often turned into political pressure. Today, in Europe 25% of the imports of natural gas come from Russia. Therefore, reducing energy dependence by using all the internal resources of each country becomes a national policy priority. This and the conditions in which alternative energy sources and building envelopment procedures can lead to considerable savings especially in areas where the heating of the public institutions needs to be done for more than half a year. For example, the overall heating costs in schools meaning between 60- 90 lei/student/year for about 3.3 million students, it is possible to reduce them with about 20%. In this context, for the 2014-2020 period, the public authorities have at their disposal an important tool in the P.O.R. respectively the measure of “supporting energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy in public infrastructure”.
- 2014 fascicula9 nr4