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Renewable Energy in Russia: A Forthcoming Transformation Driven by Economic and Industrial Factors
: Received: 27 January 2020 / Approved: 28 January 2020 / Online: 28 January 2020 (05:47:34 CET)
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Journal reference: Energy Science & Engineering 2020
With a relatively small population, Russia accesses huge oil, natural gas, coal and uranium resources, and hosts advanced nuclear energy, oil and natural gas industries. However, the combined effect of today’s low cost electricity generation via photovoltaic modules, water and wind turbines and similarly low cost storage in Li-ion battery and solar hydrogen obtained via water electrolysis will have a profound impact on Russia’s energy and automotive industries.
Russia; solar power; hydrogen energy; electric vehicle; lithium battery
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