Evaluation of Energy-Related Projects in Remote Areas
The paper summarizes and systematizes the accumulated methodological approaches for evaluating the effectiveness of energy-related projects for newly developed areas. It gives the rationale for the cost-benefit system and describes peculiarities of objectives and criteria of selection of aggregation levels when substantiating options of establishing power facilities in remote areas. The proposed methodological approaches are illustrated for a wide range of energy projects: from the distributed power facilities to the megaproject of implementation of the energy strategy for newly developed areas of the Russian Arctic.
KeywordsEnergy Projects Energy Facilities Developed Areas Electricity System Effectiveness Remote Areas
The work was supported by Act 211 Government of the Russian Federation, contract № 02.A03.21.0006 and Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR), contract № 16-06-00317.
- 1.Tatarkin, A., Petrov, M., Litovskiy, V.: The Arctic Urals in the system of congruous areas: Scientific approaches and economic practice. Prob. Anal. Public Admin. 6(38), Vol. 7, 25–44 (2014)Google Scholar
- 2.Berens, B., Havranek, P.: Guidelines for Assessing the Effectiveness of Investment, pp. 127–154. INFRA-M, Moscow (1995)Google Scholar
- 3.Domnikov, A.Y.: Aspects of multi-criteria analysis for technical re-equipment of power plants [in Russian]. Ser. Econ. Manag. Ekaterinburg Ural State Tech. Univ. 1(53), 25–36 (2005)Google Scholar
- 5.Domnikov, A.Y.: The strategy of increasing the competitive advantages of the territorial system of cogeneration energy, [in Russian]. Sci. Inform. J. Econ. 1(38), 35–47 (2008)Google Scholar
- 6.Domnikov, A., Chebotareva, G., Khodorovsky, M.: Systematic approach to diagnosis lending risks in project finance [in Russian]. Audit Finan. Anal. 2, 114–119 (2013)Google Scholar
- 10.Domnikov, A., Khodorovsky, M., Khomenko, P.: Optimization of finances into regional energy. Econ. Reg. 2, 248–253 (2014)Google Scholar