Problems of Legal Regulation for Use and Development of Renewable Energy Sources in the Republic of Kazakhstan
Galym B. Teleuyev,
Oksana V. Akulich,
Marsel A. Kadyrov,
Andrey A. Ponomarev and
Elnur L. Hasanov
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Galym B. Teleuyev: Department of Civil Disciplines, Zhetysu State University Named after I. Zhansugurov; 040009, 187A I. Zhansugurov Street, Taldykorgan, Republic of Kazakhstan
Oksana V. Akulich: Department of Economics, North-Eastern State University; 685000, 13 Portovaya Street, Magadan, Russian Federation,
Marsel A. Kadyrov: Geochemical Laboratories, Tyumen Industrial University; 625000, 38 Volodarsky Street, Tyumen, Russian Federation
Andrey A. Ponomarev: Geochemical Laboratories, Tyumen Industrial University; 625000, 38 Volodarsky Street, Tyumen, Russian Federation,
Elnur L. Hasanov: Department of Ethnography, Ganja Branch of Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, AZ 2000, 419 H. Aliyev Ave., Ganja, Azerbaijan.
International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 2017, vol. 7, issue 5, 296-301
Using of sunlight, wind, rain, geothermal heat as source of energy promotes improvement of the ecological situation, reduces emissions in the environment and helps to save natural resources. Actuality of the research is proved by that. The main aim of the article is research of the perspectives of development of the renewable sources of energy. We have proved that about 18% of the world consumption of the energy is received from the renewable sources of energy. 13% is received from the traditional biomass (wood burning).
Keywords: Wood; Environment Impact Assessment; Sours of Energy; Biomass Consumption; Energy Needs (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q48 I32 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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