E3S Web Conf.
Volume 208, 2020First Conference on Sustainable Development: Industrial Future of Territories (IFT 2020)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Energy for Sustainable Development|
|Published online||24 November 2020|
Reducing the discrepancy between regional specific electricity consumption as a way to increase the structural stability of the Russian economy
CEMI RAS, Nakhimovsky prospect, 47, 117418 Moscow, Russia
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In 2010-2020 the dynamics and absolute values of regional per capita electric power consumption (EPC) in the European part of Russia was comparable with similar indicators in Western European countries, and in the Asian part - with the countries of Northern Europe, the USA and Canada. If all over the world there is a reduction in the differentiation in energy consumption between developing and developed countries, then in Russia in 1990-2012 this indicator increased, which reflects the ongoing decline in the structural stability of the domestic economy. The change in this negative trend in 2012-20018 shown on the tools of the theory of technocenoses. The need to concentrate efforts not on the growth of the EPC in regions with developed production and primary redistribution of natural resources, but on reducing the divergence of regions in terms of the value of the EPC is substantiated. In regions with low EPC, the problem is not a shortage of electricity, but the weak development of industrial and agricultural production.
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