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Seminar “Innovative solutions to the problems of integration of solar energy facilities in the power grid complex of the Russian Federation”

19 March, 2018

In the Krzhizhanovsky Energy Institute (ENIN) in the framework of the anniversary of "Alferov`s applied readings" was hold a joint seminar with the Fraunhofer Institute of Solar Energy Systems (Fraunhofer ISE) on "Innovative solutions to the problems of integration of solar energy in the power grid complex of the Russian Federation." The seminar was supported by the Ministry of energy of Russian Federation, the Federation Council, the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, the German house of science and innovation (DWIH) in Moscow, the Russian Academy of Sciences.

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Board of EUROSOLAR Russia


Alferov Zhores I.
President of the St Petersburg Academic University — Nanotechnology Research and Education Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics

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Enabling PV in Russia - a study

The Enabling PV Russia study shows the potential that solar power generation can unfold in Russia. Possible applications were analyzed using the example of the two regions Krasnodar and Kaliningrad. The analysis focused on the potential of medium-sized solar parks, photovoltaic diesel hybrid systems and small roof systems. The study, sponsored by the Federal Foreign Office, was prepared by the Berlin consulting firm eclareon together with the German Solar Industry Association and the Russian section of EUROSOLAR.

You can download the study here as a PDF.

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National Energy Action Plan of Russia

On 8 January 2009, the Russian government approved State Policy Guidelines for improving the Energy Efficiency of the power industry through the use of Renewable Energy for the period up to 2020.

Russia renewable energy 2020 targets:

  • Overall target: 4.5% of share of electricity generation from renewable energy sources, excluding large hydro (over 25 MW).

The guidelines outline measures to be taken in three broad areas:

  • Improving the state oversight system for renewable energy generation,
  • levelling the playing field to make renewable energy more competitive, and
  • improving renewable energy generation infrastructure.

For more information, visit IRENA or contact the section directly.

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