|Title||Energy efficiency gap on national economy|
Pimonenko, Tetiana Volodymyrivna
Lieonov, Serhii Viacheslavovych
|Date of Issue||2020|
|Publisher||Economic Laboratory for Transition Research|
|License||Copyright not evaluated|
|Citation||Pimonenko T. V., Lyeonov S. V., Shaforost Y. Energy efficiency gap on national economy // New trends and best practices in socioeconomic research : III International Science Conference SER, Igalo (Montenegro), September 17-19, 2020. Podgorica : Economic Laboratory for Transition Research, 2020. P. 74.|
The unsynchronized of the country's environmental, energy and economic policies raises the dilemma of the priority of a fundamentally new trajectory of the country's development and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals in the field of energy efficiency and energy saving. At the same time, reinforcing of environmental conflicts, increasing tendency of energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions requires a primary focus on the formation of effective mechanisms for solving and energy problems and providing energy security. In this direction, the formation of a fundamentally new model of stakeholder interaction in providing the country's energy security by minimizing the existing energy efficiency gaps (mismatch between optimal and actual energy efficiency levels in the absence of opportunistic behaviour of stakeholders), modelling explicit and making energy-efficient decisions; constructive modelling of causal socio-ecological economic interdependencies in energy-efficient decision-making in the state-business-society chain. In this case, it is necessary to develop the economicmathematical model for checking the causal links between stakeholders in energy efficiency decisions, which will describe and formalize the patterns of complementary effects and risks of energy efficiency decisions to achieve a balance between optimal and current levels of energy efficiency. The authors proposed to develop the optimal and time-balanced road map of sustainable energy development of Ukraine, which will contain guidelines and criteria for decision-making by stakeholders to minimize energy efficiency gaps which will contribute to the country's energy breakthrough in the context of global development trends.
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