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Yakutia is betting on "smart houses"
In Yakutia, it is planned to build nine three-storey multi-apartment energy-efficient residential buildings, while only three have been commissioned.
Since 2010, Yakutia has been building energy-efficient smart houses, which are being built for the first time in the Far North as part of a pilot project in the suburb of Yakutsk - the village of Zhatay.
In these houses for the first time applied engineering solutions with energy-saving technology and alternative energy sources - solar collectors for the generation of thermal energy. In the building envelopes used materials and structures with high heat transfer resistance, energy-saving double-glazed windows. Illumination of all-house premises is provided by LED lamps with automatic or remote control, including motion sensors.
Smart Homes save 59% energy from its total consumption in a similar home without the use of such technologies, and also save costs for housing and utilities up to 60% relative to a normal home per 1 square. meter of total housing area. However, the cost of building such a house on 25-30% more expensive than usual. Nevertheless, the real practical application of energy-saving technologies in Yakutia can serve as an example for the whole country.