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The paper considers the aftermath of a crisis for the electric power industry and resulting economic development issues. A comprehensive approach to mitigating the consequences is suggested that includes emergency as well as strategic measures. The authors prove that the suggested minimum set of emergency measures makes it possible to avoid the most dangerous scenario. Strategic measures are outlined that improve the sustainability of the energy sector and make future crises less severe. The authors show the expediency of embracing demand-side management (DSM) and the benefits of DSM for all parties involved. The advantages of developing distributed generation at the level of the region and the level of the grid are considered, and barriers hampering small-scale power generation and ways of overcoming them are proposed.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS IN THE RUSSIAN ENERGY SECTOR
Subtitle of host publicationmonograph
EditorsS. Syngellakis, C. Brebbia, L. D. Gitelman, E. R. Magaril
Place of PublicationCham
PublisherSpringer
Pages47-53
ISBN (Print)978-3-319-75701-8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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NameСер. Innovation and Discovery in Russian Science and Engineering

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Energy
Demand side management
Sustainability
Emergency
Industry
Economic development
Energy sector
Distributed generation
Scenarios
Electric power
Grid
Power generation
Emergency measures

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Gitelman, L. D., Kozhevnikov, M. V., & Gavrilova, T. B. (2018). GENERAL CONCEPT FOR PREVENTING ENERGY CRISES: chapter in book. In S. Syngellakis, C. Brebbia, L. D. Gitelman, & E. R. Magaril (Eds.), CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS IN THE RUSSIAN ENERGY SECTOR: monograph (pp. 47-53). (Сер. Innovation and Discovery in Russian Science and Engineering). Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-75702-5_6
Gitelman, L. D. ; Kozhevnikov, M. V. ; Gavrilova, T. B. / GENERAL CONCEPT FOR PREVENTING ENERGY CRISES : chapter in book. CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS IN THE RUSSIAN ENERGY SECTOR: monograph. editor / S. Syngellakis ; C. Brebbia ; L. D. Gitelman ; E. R. Magaril. Cham : Springer, 2018. pp. 47-53 (Сер. Innovation and Discovery in Russian Science and Engineering).
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Gitelman, LD, Kozhevnikov, MV & Gavrilova, TB 2018, GENERAL CONCEPT FOR PREVENTING ENERGY CRISES: chapter in book. in S Syngellakis, C Brebbia, LD Gitelman & ER Magaril (eds), CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS IN THE RUSSIAN ENERGY SECTOR: monograph. Сер. Innovation and Discovery in Russian Science and Engineering, Springer, Cham, pp. 47-53. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-75702-5_6

GENERAL CONCEPT FOR PREVENTING ENERGY CRISES : chapter in book. / Gitelman, L. D.; Kozhevnikov, M. V.; Gavrilova, T. B.

CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS IN THE RUSSIAN ENERGY SECTOR: monograph. ed. / S. Syngellakis; C. Brebbia; L. D. Gitelman; E. R. Magaril. Cham : Springer, 2018. p. 47-53 (Сер. Innovation and Discovery in Russian Science and Engineering).

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Gitelman LD, Kozhevnikov MV, Gavrilova TB. GENERAL CONCEPT FOR PREVENTING ENERGY CRISES: chapter in book. In Syngellakis S, Brebbia C, Gitelman LD, Magaril ER, editors, CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS IN THE RUSSIAN ENERGY SECTOR: monograph. Cham: Springer. 2018. p. 47-53. (Сер. Innovation and Discovery in Russian Science and Engineering). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-75702-5_6