2019
DOI: 10.3390/resources8020084
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Abstract: The paper is devoted to the assessment of the prospects of implementing clean energy sources in Russia, where the current energy policy goal is to increase the role of renewable and clean energy sources. The research is based on data from the Krasnoyarsk Region as one of the largest territories but also as a representative model of Russia. The aim of the study is to identify where and which renewable energy source (solar, wind, hydro and nuclear) has the highest potential. The novelty of our research lies in i… Show more

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“…Russia should adopt a new green energy transition strategy, which should focus on regional development and more efficient use of private sector financial resources. It should stimulate private initiative through the introduction of special discounted tariffs for households producing green energy, sales tariffs for households with overproduction of energy, special incentive subsidies for regions, the development of green energy and improved indicators to measure achievement of planned results (Gavrikova et al, 2019; IFC Russia Renewable Energy Program, 2011) 2. Implementation of regional planning systems for the purpose of transition to green energy in regions with the lowest costs for the introduction of green energy.…”
Section: State Position Regarding the Transition Green Energy (General Recommendations)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Russia should adopt a new green energy transition strategy, which should focus on regional development and more efficient use of private sector financial resources. It should stimulate private initiative through the introduction of special discounted tariffs for households producing green energy, sales tariffs for households with overproduction of energy, special incentive subsidies for regions, the development of green energy and improved indicators to measure achievement of planned results (Gavrikova et al, 2019; IFC Russia Renewable Energy Program, 2011) 2. Implementation of regional planning systems for the purpose of transition to green energy in regions with the lowest costs for the introduction of green energy.…”
Section: State Position Regarding the Transition Green Energy (General Recommendations)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The results of a recent study aimed at identifying the optimal renewable energy technology and the highest renewable energy regional potential revealed that even in Krasnoyarsk Region which “seems to be a territory with a northern climate, the actual potential of solar power in the region, which combined with other renewable sources of energy relevant to each municipal entity, outlines a solution for thinly populated, agricultural and remote areas.” 31 …”
Section: Stationary Storage Systemsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The results of a recent study aimed at identifying which renewable energy source and where in Russia has the highest potential revealed that even in Krasnoyarsk Region which "seems to be a territory with a northern climate, the actual potential of solar power in the region, which combined with other renewable sources of energy relevant to each municipal entity, outlines a solution for thinly populated, agricultural and remote areas" [30].…”
Section: Electric Mobility Stationary Storagementioning
confidence: 99%