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Methodological Approaches to the Analysis of the Development Opportunities for Wind and Solar Energy in Russia

Методологические подходы к анализу возможностей развития ветровой и солнечной энергетики в России

Vera Barinova and Lanshina, Tatiyana (Ланьшина, Татьяна) ()
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Lanshina, Tatiyana (Ланьшина, Татьяна): Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA)

Working Papers from Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

Abstract: Recently, in connection with the beginning of the development of renewable energy sources in Russia, and also in connection with the emergence of new technological and economic data on renewable energy, a need to update the available estimates of the technical and economic potential of renewable energy sources arises. In this paper, the potential of solar and wind energy - currently the most developed renewable energy sectors - has been selected for assessment. This work is aimed at summarizing the methodological approaches to calculating the gross, technical and economic potential of solar and wind energy and conducting relevant assessments.

Pages: 23 pages
Date: 2017-04
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