DBDH, The Energy and Environment Club and Green Capacity have the pleasure to present the newest publication from our Low Hanging Fruits project.
We have for a long time worked to provide you with a Low Hanging Fruits Reference Book which aims to show Russian utilities and industries how energy efficiency projects can be implemented and how projects with the shortest payback time can be planned and prioritized. 11 members of the Energy and Environment Club (Grundfos, Era Power, Rambol, APV Teplotex, Danfoss, Kamstrup, Per Aarslef, Rockwool, Logstor, Weiss Envikraft and Haldor Topsoe) as well as EKF, NEFCO and State of Green have written articles on energy efficiency. These articles have been collected in our new publication – the Low Hanging Fruits Reference Book.
The reference book is also printed and will be distributed to Moscow, Tomsk, Chelyabinsk, Tyumen, Arkhangelsk, Murmansk, Krasnodar, St.Petersburg and many other cities. This book is just the beginning of this project. We are already continuing the identification of new projects in the sector of green capacity. Currently we are looking into projects about water and energy efficiency in buildings in Moscow. In late August we looked into energy efficiency in buildings in Tomsk in corporation with TGK 11 and as well as in Strezhevoy, where we also looked into the modernization of pipes, pumps and meters. In the beginning of September we looked into waste incineration in industrial plants and energy efficiency in buildings of St. Petersburg and Novgorod. Our search for new projects will continue throughout the rest of the year which will amount in a new Low Hanging Fruits Reference Book in 2014.
Low hanging fruies reference book, can be downloadet here, in Russian: