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All data is collected by the city-wide automated resource consumption accounting system.
Chronothermostats, leakage sensors, reading readings from metering devices in real time – all these modern technologies can be installed in their apartments by residents of houses that have been built under the renovation program. This was announced by the head of the Department of urban planning policy of the city of Moscow Sergey Levkin…
“In Moscow, houses are being built for the participants of the renovation program using advanced innovative and technical solutions. At the request of the owner of the apartment, it is possible to install a chronothermostat to ensure optimal climatic conditions in the premises. Also, a resident can install leakage sensors that automatically turn off the water supply in case of an accident, and shut-off valves with an electric drive for remote shutdown are installed in common heating risers, ”said Sergei Levkin.
In all houses that are being built under the renovation program, the installation of individual heat meters is provided. The heating system is laid according to the beam pattern. This means that the devices of different apartments are connected to the heat collector directly and separately. Such a system eliminates the connection of pipes in the floor screed and makes the heating scheme more reliable.
A city-wide automated resource consumption accounting system can receive data from electricity, heat, cold and hot water meters in real time and query the data archive. The Department of Urban Development Policy believes that this will motivate residents to save resources.
The renovation program was approved in 2017. It is planned to resettle 5175 houses, and about a million citizens will receive new housing. 513 sites were selected for the construction of modern houses. Social infrastructure is being created around new buildings: schools, kindergartens, cultural centers and sports and recreation centers are being erected.
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