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Particularities of the energy management and labor market in Russia
1 Moscow University named after S.Yu. Vitte (MUIV), 2nd Kozhukhovsky proezd, 12, stroyeniye 1, 115432, Moscow, Russia
2 Research Institute VNII of Labor, Ministry of Labour of Russia, Zemlyanoy Val, 34, 105064 Moscow, Russia
3 Russian Economic University, Stremyanny per., 36, 117997 Moscow, Russia
4 Finance University under the Government of the Russian Federation, Leningradsky prosp., 49, 125993 Moscow, Russia
5 Altai State University, Socialist pr., 68, Barnaul, Russia
6 Gzel’skii State University, 140155, posiolok Elektroizoliator, 67, Ramensky district, Moscow region, Russia
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Energy saving problems are one of the most important problems of all countries, including Russia, since energy resources are used extremely inefficiently. As the vast and still small Russian experience shows, energy saving is a highly efficient and quickly implemented method of energy consumption in energy. Therefore, energy conservation is the most important area of energy policy in the new economic conditions. The basis of energy saving at the enterprise is the creation of an energy management system - an energy resource management system. Without energy management, it is impossible to talk about a systemic reduction in energy costs and the introduction of any energy-saving technologies at the enterprise. The introduction of an energy management system at an enterprise makes it possible to find and maintain a balance of optimal consumption of energy resources for a given production schedule. In the next 6 years, the domestic electric power industry will face large-scale transformations associated with the renewal of fixed assets and the transition to a digital basis. The fulfillment of these tasks requires not only financial investments and technical support, but also the availability of professional personnel who can manage these transformations and implement them. The differentiated approach is needed to regulate the labor of energy workers.
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