ISSN 2409-7616

Sevostyanov P.I., Shunkov V.E., Makayev A.R.


UDC 330


Sevostyanov P.I.1 (Moscow, Russian Federation) –, Shunkov V.E.2 (Moscow, Russian Federation) –, Makayev A.R.1 (Moscow, Russian Federation) –

1Plekhanov Russian Economic University

2Research Institute of Systems Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Abstract. The introduction of energy generation based on renewable energy sources (RES) into the mechanisms of sustainable functioning of the fuel and energy complex of modern states is a priority direction of economic policy and an urgent research task. The purpose of the study is to assess the socio-economic consequences of increasing the capacity of wind power plants for Russia with the identification of the most significant risks of the introduction of wind energy technologies under the influence of political and economic factors. The methodology is mainly represented by an event analysis of the international agenda in the field of wind generation implementation. As a result of the study, the possibilities and priority vectors of wind energy development were identified, taking into account the Russian context in the conditions of international tension and the dynamics of the world economy in the medium and long term; the operationalization of the main risks of the development of wind energy technologies in Russia related to sanctions pressure, difficulties in international cooperation, and the withdrawal of large European corporations from the Russian market was carried out. In addition, the state measures to support the Russian economy in order to increase the volume of wind energy and reduce the cost of energy are analyzed.

Keywords: climate policy, energy transition, technological independence, wind power, wind farms, renewable energy sources.


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For citation:  Sevostyanov P.I., Shunkov V.E., Makayev A.R.  Development of wind energy during the formation of a circular economy: the Russian aspect. CITISE, 2023, no. 3, pp. 269-281. DOI: