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Чубайс Анатолий

Anatoliy Chubais

President, Association for the Development of Renewable Energy (ADRE); Chairman of the Executive Board, RUSNANO Corporation
Quotes
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Are Global Climate Challenges Restricting or Driving Development?
Over the last 150 to 200 years, the use of hydrocarbon fuels has led to CO2 emissions. What is important is that this is not a side effect, it is a direct product of the use of any type of hydrocarbon fuel
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Are Global Climate Challenges Restricting or Driving Development?
For the world at large, the issue of global warming is more pressing than fundamentalist terrorism, the proliferation of nuclear weapons, and uncontrollable migration. <...> Global warming is also more serious and dangerous because, unlike all of the problems I just mentioned, it affects each and every one of us
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Are Global Climate Challenges Restricting or Driving Development?
Businesses find themselves in a complicated situation. But we understand that we need to find solutions somehow. As soon as the frightening phrase ‘carbon tax’ is uttered, businesses are up in arms, ready to protect their interests
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Russia–Finland
Adversaries of alternative energy used to say that Russia has so much gas alternative energy sources are pointless as they’re more expensive. It used to be true, so the discussion went on for 10 years. <…> Now the discussion is over loud and clear: Russia needs renewable energy
05.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Renewable Energy in Russia: Current State and Future Prospects
Solar, as the first of the three industries that was launched, has passed through all three stages. The selection process has taken place. The plant has been built. Not only our plant. The technology has been upgraded. This year, Hevel made its first fairly successful exports abroad. Wind is a little behind, but we’ll get through it, then the garbage will be recycled. I would rate the overall picture at about 65% [readiness level] today, keeping in mind that it will be brought to completion by 2024
05.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Renewable Energy in Russia: Current State and Future Prospects
This project was created under investment demand of RUB 700 billion. The numbers are quite serious [...] Everything that I have said so far only applies to the wholesale electricity market. If we are talking seriously, then in addition to the pillar called the wholesale market, there is also the retail market and there are also isolated systems. There is still work to do there
05.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Renewable Energy in Russia: Current State and Future Prospects
By 2024, the Russian Federation will build if not 5,400, then 5,200 MW of new power generation facilities. I do not see any insurmountable problems. The train is chugging along, rolling along the rails, and will go where it needs to go. Everything has been built
05.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Renewable Energy in Russia: Current State and Future Prospects
The basis for developing a strategy is network parity [...] Since strategically we can already all see that renewable energy is decreasing in price, and thermal energy is growing in price, getting to this point is inevitable. Moreover, a number of countries have already passed it. In the Russian Federation, we will pass this point at a later time for obvious reasons, but it will also be passed
05.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Renewable Energy in Russia: Current State and Future Prospects
In 2006, 45 countries had created their own renewable energy support system. In 2018, there are more than 170 such countries, i.e. basically the whole world [...] [In Russia], we did not have a country support system in 2006. Today, as we all know, we do. The Russian Federation appears very modest against this backdrop, so as not to use other words and terms
05.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Renewable Energy in Russia: Current State and Future Prospects
Investment potential of RUB 1 trillion is a serious thing on a national scale. We have analysed its impact on GDP in the country. There are two groups of studies: the minimum estimate is 0.1% and the maximum is 0.5%
05.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Renewable Energy in Russia: Current State and Future Prospects
Russia is a cold country, but it’s not dark in every sense of the word [...] In this sense, Russia’s natural potential in terms of the sun is very significant. It is far from being confined solely to the southern regions alone [...] [In Russia], not only Krasnodar or the southern regions are higher [in latitude] than Berlin, but Chelyabinsk, Buryatia, Altai, Saratov, and others are higher than Berlin. Like all of Germany, Berlin is the world leader in solar energy [...] In terms of wind potential, the Russian Federation is the number one country on the planet
05.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Renewable Energy in Russia: Current State and Future Prospects
We are proposing a basic category of clusters that include generation, production, R&D, and education [...] In the Russian Federation, we need a holistic, self-producing, balanced cluster with export potential by 2035
05.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Renewable Energy in Russia: Current State and Future Prospects
We are talking about dozens of government resolutions and directives, a large number of documents from the Ministry of Industry, the Ministry of Energy, etc. that were adopted and created the entire support system
05.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Renewable Energy in Russia: Current State and Future Prospects
We are getting close to solving a fundamental problem called letting Russian private pension funds join investment partnerships, including in wind-renewable energy. We welcome the fact that there has been progress
05.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Renewable Energy in Russia: Current State and Future Prospects
We produce 60 million tonnes of garbage each year. The country has total processing capacity of 800,000 tonnes. Unfortunately, it so happens that none of these plants are included in the support system [...] In America, 7% of garbage is processed into electricity, while in Sweden, it’s as much as 50%. At any event, it is absolutely clear that our parameters are no good here
05.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Renewable Energy in Russia: Current State and Future Prospects
The basis for the whole renewable energy industry that is emerging before our eyes is the complex, serious, and solid support system that has been built in the country. Once again, I would like to stress that the competitive nature of applications for power supply agreements is a fundamental advantage of the state support system that has been created in the Russian Federation
05.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Renewable Energy in Russia: Current State and Future Prospects
Microgeneration will take place in smart cities and in construction. There will be build-in [technology]. This is the next stage of development of solar, when solar panels will be built into the building. Another idea — transparable — involves a window that does not darken and at the same time is a solar battery that generates electricity. All these wonderful prospects that I have described are not for 2018, but for 2020–2025
05.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Renewable Energy in Russia: Current State and Future Prospects
In order to maintain production and R&D, we need to get [power supply agreements] in the amount of 10 GW for the second period in 2025–2035
03.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Unlocking Russia’s Potential in the Global Renewables Industry
It is obvious to everyone that the [RES] industry has been born <...> The president spoke about it among other priorities <...> This is the most important result. It is provided by the colossal work of the Ministry of Energy, the Ministry of Industry, dozens of regulations, the most complex regulatory system that is working
03.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Unlocking Russia’s Potential in the Global Renewables Industry
My <...> assessment of the next stage is alarming <...> I am talking about the difficult battle that is now underway called DPM-2 (power supply contracts programme, – Ed.), and the decisions made in this field <...> We have carried out <...> the work for us to understand, how much wind power and renewable energy in Russia we need <...> Is it possible to limit ourselves to those [power supplies], that are going to be introduced in 2024? Definitely not <...> Because <...> we need a balanced, self-reproducible cluster with export potential, which includes generation, industry, science and education <...> If at least one [component] falls, and the most vulnerable one <...> is science, this would mean that there will be no technological cluster in Russia. This means that <...> after 2024, in the event that an adequate decision to develop DPM-2 is not made, all the previously born renewable energy in Russia withers. And that means Russia will simply stop playing the role of the global energy power after 2024