SEARCH
 

Search

 

Результаты поиска 1 - 3 из 3
Начало | Пред. | 1 | След. | Конец


Small-scale power generation: Russian regions' capacity and the world practices

Chernyaev M.V. Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University), Moscow, Russian Federation ( m.chernyaev@mail.ru )

Gavryusev S.V. Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University), Moscow, Russian Federation ( politolog201213@yandex.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #8, 2019

Subject This article deals with the issues of implementation of the concept of energy development through the construction of packaged and (or) mobile energy sources and distribution networks for local needs and supply of free capacity to the core network.
Objectives The article aims to compare the world and Russian experience in applying the concept of small distributed energy and consider the internal and comparative imbalances of the development of Russian small energy.
Methods For the study, we used a comparative analysis. The study involves State statistics,
FEC companies' data, and independent expert assessment.
Results The article shows the dependence of small energy development on the State support and investments from non-State economic actors. It represents and specifies an explanatory model of small-energy electricity generation growth.
Conclusions Russian regions have a high potential to develop small energy. There is a need to increase the interest of economic actors in intensifying the development of the small-energy sector by increasing support from the State, large energy corporations, and the private sector.


Approaches to assessing the effectiveness of integrated investment projects: Evidence from the Russian fuel and energy industry

Nazarova Yu.A. OOO NIIgazekonomika, Moscow, Russian Federation ( j.a.nazarova@mail.ru )

Kropina E.A. OOO NIIgazekonomika, Moscow, Russian Federation ( senya25@gmail.com )

Shishkin A.G. OOO NIIgazekonomika, Moscow, Russian Federation ( shishkin@cs.msu.ru )

Gavryusev S.V. OOO NIIgazekonomika, Moscow, Russian Federation ( Politolog201213@yandex.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #5, 2019

Subject The article deals with the integrated approach to assessing the efficiency of investments.
Objectives The purpose of the study is to provide a rationale for the benefits of integrated approach to assessing the efficiency of investments in the fuel and energy complex.
Methods The study rests on the comparative approach and method of hierarchical classification.
Results The accuracy of obtained estimates of the efficiency of investment in the fuel and energy complex is of particular importance due to limited financial resources and increasing capital intensity of field development. However, the existing methods to determine investment efficiency for complex projects in many cases lead to incorrect results. The offered method of integrated assessment aims to eliminate shortcomings of existing approaches. Its key issue is to consider investment in a complex project as a single system consisting of subsystems, i.e. separate projects. The method is particularly effective when assessing the large-scale investment projects of major energy companies.
Conclusions The positive effect of increased accuracy of the assessment and the reduced risk of unsound investment exceed the costs associated with increasing complexity of estimation procedure within the developed method.


Prospects for developing renewable power engineering in Russia to address unemployment issues

Nazarova Yu.A. Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University), Moscow, Russian Federation ( july.nazarova2303@yandex.ru )

Gavryusev S.V. Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University), Moscow, Russian Federation ( politolog201213@yandex.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #9, 2018

Importance In this research, we examine the heuristic potential for developing renewable power engineering in Russia in terms of a positive effect on the social sector and labor market.
Objectives We develop methodological approaches to analyzing the extent and geography of effects that the development of renewable power engineering has in Russia.
Methods The research relies upon a systems approach and text analytics of the regulatory and legislative framework, mathematical methods of analysis and modeling, logic and statistical methods.
Results We formulated methodological approach to evaluating the social effect of the renewable power engineering development in Russia and forecast the number of workplaces, considering projects for retail and wholesale energy markets and isolated power systems. The article sets out scenarios for commissioning of industrial capacities, suggests the way the number of work places should be estimated at the regional level and their impact on regional unemployment in Russia should be analyzed. I indicate regions where the renewable engineering development will have a positive social impact.
Conclusions and Relevance As per the first case scenario, the greatest social effect will be seen in the Astrakhan oblast, Lipetsk oblast, Orenburg oblast, Republic of Adygea, Altai Republic, Republic of Buryatia, Republic of Kalmykia, and the Stavropol Krai. Quantification of social effects may become a guiding principle for mechanisms of the State aid to renewable power engineering when feasibility studies of projects and regional programs for renewable energy are performed.


Результаты поиска 1 - 3 из 3
Начало | Пред. | 1 | След. | Конец


Отсортировано по релевантности | Сортировать по дате