Energy Efficient Buildings in Armenia: a Roadmap
October 23, 2020

Energy Efficient Buildings in Armenia: a Roadmap

Improving building energy efficiency is central to the strategic development of the Republic of Armenia (Armenia). As Armenia’s largest energy-consuming sector, buildings account for nearly 40% of the country’s total electricity demand and more than 25% of its gas demand. Estimated energy-saving potential ranges from 40% to 60% across residential, public and commercial buildings, depending on interventions. This level of savings could translate into significantly lower household energy bills, greater energy security, improved thermal comfort in homes, offices and schools, and many other benefits.

This roadmap is intended to support wider discussion among policy makers and experts working every day to advance building sector efficiency in Armenia.



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