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Krukov V. A., Moe A. Energy Policy. 2018. Vol. 119. P. 41-50.
Добавлено: 20 октября 2018
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Miniaci R., Scarpa C., Valbonesi P. Energy Policy. 2014. Vol. 75. P. 289-300.
Добавлено: 4 февраля 2015
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Brugger H., Eichhammer W., Mikova N. et al. Energy Policy. 2021. No. 152.
Добавлено: 10 апреля 2021
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Thurner T., Varughese A. Energy Policy. 2013. Vol. 61. P. 1271-1275.
Добавлено: 15 июля 2013
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Golubchikov O., Deda P. Energy Policy. 2012. Vol. 41. P. 733-741.
Добавлено: 9 октября 2014
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Mikova N., Eichhammer W., Pfluger B. Energy Policy. 2019. No. 130. P. 448-460.
Добавлено: 16 июня 2019
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Camboni R. M., Corsini A., Miniaci R. et al. Energy Policy. 2021. Vol. 155.
Добавлено: 11 сентября 2021
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Korobova N., Korppoo A. Energy Policy. 2012. Vol. 42. P. 213-220.
This article explores the significance of modernization policies concerning Russia's technically obsolete but socially important residential heating sector, focusing on the 2009 energy efficiency framework law and its prospects for implementation. Ownership and control structures are in flux throughout the heating sector chain. Inefficiencies, causing low service quality and rising prices, have already started eroding the market share of district heating, despite its potential benefits. End-use management practices - such as lack of metering, communal billing, and low prices that do not cover production costs - reduce consumer incentives to cut consumption. The diversity of end-users adds to the complexity of focused measures like energy-saving contracts. However, end-use sector reforms such as mandatory meter installation and increasing prices - even if socially acceptable and fully implemented - cannot alone provide the massive investments required. More appropriate is sector-wide reform with the government's financial participation - especially if consumer efforts can yield better service quality.
Добавлено: 5 февраля 2013
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Romanova T. A. Energy Policy. 2014. Vol. 74. No. November. P. 44-53.
Добавлено: 8 марта 2015
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Romanova T. A. Energy Policy. 2021. Vol. 154. P. 1-11.

 

Four interpretations of the EU’s energy transition can be identified in Russia’s political discourse in 2014–2019 based on the matrix that combines realist and liberal approaches to energy relations and the denial or recognition of climate change. The cross-cutting idea of these interpretations is that Russia follows the market logics, whereas the EU either politicises energy relations or chooses economically unreasonable options. Most Russian actors advance all four interpretations in parallel. A liberal interpretation, which recognises climate change, became dominant towards the end of the examined period. Two main policy options are shaped by Russia’s political discourse on the EU’s energy transition: maintaining the status quo in EU-Russian gas trade and diversifying Russia’s export markets. Russia’s political discourse reveals a strong ideational difference with the EU on future energy policies, and Russia poorly engages with the EU’s post-2030 planning. It is recommended that the EU improve its energy transition communication with Russia, and Russia is advised to enlarge the range of its policy options by better engaging with the EU’s long-term energy planning. Russia and the EU also must examine energy transition in the broader context of their relations. Practical project-based cooperation can contribute to ideational convergence between the EU and Russia on future energy policies.

Добавлено: 2 июня 2021
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Safonov G., Pahle M., Schaeffer R. et al. Energy Policy. 2021. Vol. 159.
Добавлено: 14 октября 2021
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O'Sullivan K., Golubchikov O., Mehmood A. Energy Policy. 2020. Vol. 138. P. 111288.
Добавлено: 29 января 2020