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Paper provides analysis of alternative energy planning algorithm based on single-scale regulation of final energy consumption regulations. This paper presents a study on the effect of regulatory building codes related to energy efficiency on the thermal energy savings in residential, public and industrial buildings. Three scenarios were developed based on different regulatory building codes with a forecast analysis up until Evaluation of the proposed building code implementation practices and their feasibility in the building stock is discussed for these buildings with regard to thermal energy savings potential. It was found out that regulation of final energy consumption has a several negative effects such as failure in architectural design, low thermal comfort due to unproper thermal insulation of separate elements.

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Paper provides analysis of alternative energy planning algorithm based on single-scale regulation of final energy consumption regulations. This paper presents a study on the effect of regulatory building codes related to energy efficiency on the thermal energy savings in residential, public and industrial buildings. Three scenarios were developed based on different regulatory building codes with a forecast analysis up until Evaluation of the proposed building code implementation practices and their feasibility in the building stock is discussed for these buildings with regard to thermal energy savings potential.

It was found out that regulation of final energy consumption has a several negative effects such as failure in architectural design, low thermal comfort due to unproper thermal insulation of separate elements. Meanwhile, planning algorithm based on single element requires more detailed planning approach but ensures lower long-term energy savings.

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