ISSN 2409-7616

A. Doroshenko, M. Vdovichenko, F. Sobolev



Anna N. Doroshenko – Student of the Department of Innovative Entrepreneurship, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Maria M. Vdovichenko – Assistant of the Department of Innovative Entrepreneurship, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russian Federation, E-mail:

 Fedor D. Sobolev – Student of the Department of Management, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Abstract. This article analyzes the market for renewable energy sources (hereinafter RES) in Russia, analyzes the market share that they occupy in the country. The development of this industry, the volume of production and consumption of electricity in Russia are considered. The total capacity of the unified energy system of the Russian Federation (hereinafter referred to as the UES) is analyzed, electricity generation for 2018-2019 is considered. An analysis was also made of two support systems for generating electricity from alternative sources in the wholesale and retail markets. As part of the study, measures to support renewable energy sources were identified, as well as localization requirements, since Russian industrial policy has been trying to replace imported materials with domestic ones since 2012. The possibilities of using renewable energy technologies for Russia were considered. RES can make a huge contribution to solving the problems of life support in remote areas where there is no centralized energy supply (CSE). On the basis of alternative energy sources, the possibilities of solving many pressing problems have been identified. In addition, the prospects for the development of renewable energy on the Russian market were examined according to the approved schemes and program for the development of the Unified Energy System for 2019-2025, where alternative sources of energy play an important role. In the period 2019 to 2025, commissioning of new generating capacities is expected at UES power plants, where 151,600 MW will be the total volume for 7 years. Thus, the Russian renewable energy market is a promising area where innovative products should be promoted. In Russia, the priority goal is to support the entry of domestic equipment manufacturers into their own RES market, and even more so their promotion to foreign markets.

Keywords: renewable energy sources (RES), electricity, support measures, the use of renewable energy technology, development prospects, generating capacity, innovative products.



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Doroshenko A.N., Vdovichenko M.M., Sobolev F.D. The rationale for promoting an innovative product in the alternative energy market. CITISE, 2020, no. 2, pp. 434-445. DOI: