As it is known, today the municipal sector faces problems, such as a lack of financial resources for the modernization and development of housing and communal services, weak technical equipment, the use of obsolete equipment with very low efficiency. These problems also predetermine the need for modernization and development of housing and communal services.
Taking into account the city's need for modernization and development of housing and communal services, within the framework of the program "Promoting Energy Efficient Lighting in Kazakhstan", JSC "NC "SEC "Oral" together with the United Nations Development Program implemented a pilot project for the introduction of energy-efficient and energy-saving technologies in residential houses in Uralsk .
Within the framework of the pilot project, JSC "NC "SEC "Oral" was donated to 4 model CAO ("Edil-Zhayyk", "Dzhambul", "Ves-Champion" and "KazBatisService") and subsequently installed in 12 serviced dwelling houses 532 LED lighting.
These LED lights are anti-vandal and equipped with a motion sensor. LED lamp is one of the most environmentally friendly light sources. If energy-saving lamps allow you to reduce electricity consumption by four to five times compared to incandescent lamps, the LEDs already allow to decrease the usage seven or even eight times.
The installation of new lamps, of course, will significantly reduce the "gluttony" of public lighting and will serve as an incentive for CAO to introduce energy-efficient and energy-saving technologies on the remaining serviced homes.
The main condition for the free transfer of these LED lighting devices for CAO was the creation of the latter by the reserve fund at the expense of the savings from the implementation of the pilot project and subsequently directed them to the introduction of energy-efficient and energy-saving technologies in the remaining serviced homes. So, CAO at the expense of the saved means up to the end of May 2018 are obliged to carry out additionally replacement of lighting devices in eight serviced apartment houses on similar light-emitting diode fixtures.