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As a result of research into the state of the housing stock in Kiev and the prospects for its reconstruction, the main levels of implementation of eco-energy-efficient measures have been identified, taking into account the increasing cost / effectiveness ratio, which will include problem assessment, optimizing energy costs, eco-energy efficient housing reconstruction, application of innovative technologies. Based on the national and international experience of reconstruction and overhaul, the 6E concept is proposed, which focuses on energy efficiency, environmental safety, economy, ecology, ergonomics and aesthetics of the reconstruction process. Compliance with the basic requirements of eco-energy efficiency in the process of housing reconstruction will ensure the comfort of residents and will improve the level of environmental safety of our country. Introduction of the principles of energy efficiency in the process of reconstruction of housing stock is an integral part of Ukraine’s environmental and national security, as it ensures a reduction in the negative impact on the environment and people, and also significantly reduces the waste of the construction industry.

Key words: reconstruction, building, housing stock, energy efficiency, environmental safety.

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Tetiana Kryvomaz

Deputy Chief Editor | D.Sc.

ORCID ID: 0000-0001-7426-8745 | Researcher ID: G-8594-2017. Doctor of Science, Professor of Occupation Safety and Environment Department at Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture, journalist. A total more than 100 scientific works and more than 300 popular-science articles published in Ukrainian, English, and Russian. Co-Chair of the Chytrid, Zygomycete, Downy Mildew, Slime Mould Specialist Group of International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Leader and founder of NGO Ukrainian Ecological Society. Membership in International Society for Fungal Conservation. Membership in European Mycological Association.

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