Business programme

Green Buildings Get the Green Light: Construction of Energy-Efficient and High-Quality Housing

15 Jun , 15:00–16:15
Building Technological Sovereignty
Pavilion H, conference hall H23 (2nd floor)

The green development of the Russian construction industry is a top priority of the country’s state policy. The first designs of multi-unit apartment buildings are being developed based on Russia’s national green standards, while the number of domestic manufacturers of energy efficient equipment, technologies, and materials is on the rise. Sustainable development principles also apply to wooden housing construction. Standardization processes are needed throughout the entire life cycle of individual housing construction to reduce the carbon footprint. What prospects exist for the development of green construction? What are the benefits of green construction for the state, developers, and the public? Are there ways to reduce the cost of green building solutions? What state support measures are needed for green construction? What prospects are there for the use of energy efficient technologies and materials for multi-unit apartment buildings and private housing construction projects? What problems can be solved by standardizing and introducing green technologies in construction?

Andrey Sharonov, Chief Executive Officer, National ESG-Alliance

Qing Qin Van, Vice President, China Academy of Building Research (online)
Vladimir Koshelev, First Deputy Chairman of the Committee of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation for Construction, Housing and Communal Services
Pavel Seleznev, General Director, Public-Private Partnership Development Center
Marina Slutskaya, Sustainability Director, DOM.RF Bank
Anastasia Fedotova, Managing Director - Head of Directorate for ESG, Sberbank
Anton Shalaev, Head of the Federal Agency on Technical Regulating and Metrology (Rosstandart)

Front row participant
Nikita Stasishin, Deputy Minister of Construction, Housing and Utilities of the Russian Federation