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In the framework of the EU project ” Energy Saving Initiative in the Building Sector in Eastern Europe and Central Asia » (ESIB) will hold an energy audit of the tourism sector of the Crimea. About this Resort Information Center Coordinator of the joint EU initiatives on the ARC and Sevastopol Enzo Damiani .
According to him , the audit will be held free of charge in two hotels of the peninsula , bringing experts will provide recommendations to improve the energy efficiency of buildings and developed applications for financing of energy-saving technologies.
“This will significantly hotels save money on heating and , therefore, improve the competitiveness of businesses. The project team will provide support to the management of hotels in the preparation of business plans for funding , “- said Enzo Domiani . He added: “The main criterion for the selection of hotels for the energy audit was the intention of management to implement recommendations of the energy audit in practice.”
In turn, head of the partner with the placement of the Ministry of Resorts and Tourism of Crimea Igor MALES noted that Crimea needed projects that improve profitability include the tourism industry .
“One of the main tasks for the Crimean accommodation facilities is cost savings , which can then be spent on the development of services and infrastructure facilities . In light of this, projects aimed at the use of alternative forms of energy and energy efficient technologies , are accommodation facilities for the huge interest, ” – said Igor dog.
As previously reported by the Resort Information Centre, April 30 this year in Yalta , an informational seminar on the use of energy-efficient systems companies resort sfery.SPRAVKA . The EU project ” Energy Saving Initiative in the Building Sector in Eastern Europe and Central Asia » (ESIB) operates in Eastern Europe , the Caucasus and Central Asia. Among other things, the project team conducted an energy audit of buildings , evaluate the potential of their energy efficiency and develop business plans to attract investments to improve their energy efficiency. ESIB project funded by the European Union.