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Modeling Consumer and Industry Reaction to Renewable Support Schemes: Empirical Evidence from the USA and Applications for Russia

Svetlana Balashova, Svetlana Ratner, Konstantin Gomonov and Andrey Berezin
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Svetlana Balashova: Faculty of Economics, RUDN University, Russia,
Svetlana Ratner: Faculty of Economics, RUDN University, Russia,
Konstantin Gomonov: Faculty of Economics, RUDN University, Russia,
Andrey Berezin: Faculty of Economics, RUDN University, Russia,

Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Балашова Светлана Алексеевна

International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 2020, vol. 10, issue 3, 158-167

Abstract: In this work, we simulate the impact of some government support measures on the development of small-scale power generation based on photovoltaics (PV). Models constructed based on the data on the development of PV in three states of the USA, - Alaska, Pennsylvania and Washington - the climatic and infrastructural conditions in which are close to the conditions of the Russian regions included in a single energy system. Analyzing the share of electricity payments in the structure of income/expenses of the population of Russia and the United States, we prove that the constructed models are applicable to Russian conditions, but only after the enactment of the law on micro-generation and the adoption of relevant amendments to the tax code.

Keywords: Renewable Energy Sources Support Programs; Microgeneration; Photovoltaics-Installations; Econometric Modeling (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: O33 Q42 Q47 Q48 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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