E3S Web Conf.
Volume 208, 2020First Conference on Sustainable Development: Industrial Future of Territories (IFT 2020)
|Number of page(s)||11|
|Section||Sustainable Cities and Society|
|Published online||24 November 2020|
Pathways for sustainable development of urban heat supply systems
1 Lithuanian Institute of Agrarian Economics, A. Vivulskio g. 4A-13, 03220 Vilnius, Lithuania
2 Centre for Energy Studies, Prague Business School, Werichova str., 1145/29, 15200 Prague, Czech Republic
3 Centre for Energy Studies, Cambridge Institute for Advanced Studies, CB1 1AH,King str., 23, Cambridge, United Kingdom
4 National Research University “Moscow Power Engineering Institute”, Krasnokazarmennaya Str., 14, 111250 Moscow, Russian Federation
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Our paper focuses on the development of effective pathways for ensuring sustainable development of urban heat supply systems in the context of liberalization of economic relations in the energy sector. Using the example of the Moscow region, we reveal regularities in the change in the structure of heat sources and the organization of the main elements of the heat supply system. In addition, we propose an improved method for the formation of the marginal tariff for heat taking into account the structure of heat sources and allowing to eliminate the existing disadvantages of introducing market-based pricing methods. Moreover, we develop a mechanism for the sustainable development of centralized heat supply systems based on the organization of competitive selection of heat suppliers and the method of forming the maximum heat tariff.
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