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RETURN ON INVESTMENT MECHANISMS OF THE INCINERATORS DEVELOPMENT BY SELLING ELECTRICITY AND POWER

E. A. Melnikova ()

Strategic decisions and risk management, 2020

Abstract: The article analyzes the current state and world experience of the waste management sphere, identifies the reasons for incinerators development, identifies and classifies the main mechanisms for returning investments in their construction. The necessity of building incineration plants in Russia is demonstrated.Has been given a critical analysis of the plan of new waste incineration plants development in Russia. Has been made an inference about their environmental safety and the possibility of equating this type of generation theoretically and legislatively.to renewable.A qualitative and quantitative analysis of the planned method of return on investment was carried out. It was established that the use of power supply agreements as a mechanism for the return on investment is impractical. Rational methods of return on investment were identified: the mechanism of free bilateral agreements, inclusion in the structure of regime facilities and combining the selling of electricity in the balancing market and the day-ahead market with the selling of utilization services. The combination method turned out to be optimal, recommendations for its usage are given.Thus, the article developed recommendations on the usage of mechanisms for the return on investment in the incinerators development in Russia by selling electricity and power.

Date: 2020
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DOI: 10.17747/2618-947X-2020-1-28-47

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