THE ASSESSMENT OF ECONOMIC AND ECOLOGICAL POTENTIALS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES (RES) IN KRASNODAR REGION ADAPTATION OF A GERMAN PLANNING APPROACH USING GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS)

https://doi.org/10.24057/2414-9179-2015-1-21-289-295

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About the Authors

A. Melnikova

University of Koblenz-landau. Landau, Germany
Germany

A. Pogorelov

Kuban State University, Krasnodar
Russian Federation

S. Jergentz

University of Koblenz-landau. Landau, Germany
Germany

O. Frör

University of Koblenz-landau. Landau, Germany
Germany

Abstract

Renewable energy is one of the key instruments in achieving international climate-protection targets and in developing sustainable energy strategies for a low-carbon and greenhouse gas (GHG) reduced power production. Having an enormous potential for the development of RES, Russia can essentially contribute to the climate change mitigation by including an effective use of renewables in its national energy policy and strategies.

Keywords

renewable energy potential, spatial analysis, Krasnodar region, energy scenario.

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For citation: Melnikova A., Pogorelov A., Jergentz S., Frör O. THE ASSESSMENT OF ECONOMIC AND ECOLOGICAL POTENTIALS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES (RES) IN KRASNODAR REGION ADAPTATION OF A GERMAN PLANNING APPROACH USING GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS). Proceedings of the International conference “InterCarto. InterGIS”. 2015;21(1):289-295. https://doi.org/10.24057/2414-9179-2015-1-21-289-295