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  • Green buildings in Uzbekistan: technologies, legal framework and incentives (2012/01)

Green buildings in Uzbekistan: technologies, legal framework and incentives (2012/01)

Green buildings in Uzbekistan:  technologies, legal framework and incentives (2012/01)

Publication year: 2012

Type: One-pager

Keywords: Green economy, "Green" economy, Development Focus

The New "Development Focus" One-pager “Green buildings in Uzbekistan: technologies, legal framework and incentives” suggest critical elements for a strategy of “green” transformation in the sector of building construction, including: technologies, norms and effective stimulus for energy-efficiency in buildings.

In light of growing energy shortages, intensifying international competition over hydrocarbons, rising prices for fossil energy resources and mounting environmental problems, economic growth has to follow new paths that are significantly more energy-efficient than in the past.

The project team would like to thank representatives of UNDP/GEF "Promoting Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings in Uzbekistan" project, as well as Environment and Energy Unit of UNDP Country office for the assistance in successfully implementing the project.

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