Liliana Proskuryakova Made a Presentation at the International Renewable Energy Congress
At the beginning of June, the Skolkovo Innovation Centre hosted the 4th International Congress REENCON. Liliana Proskuryakova, Leading Researcher at the ISSEK Laboratory for Science and Technology Studies, presented the report 'Renewable Energy 2030: Global Challenges and Long-Term Innovation Development Trends'.
More than 500 participants from more than 20 countries discussed relevant issues associated with the global shift towards green energy technologies, and its consequences for the energy industry, environment, and economy.
The energy shift requires making relevant adjustments to government policy, and to all fuel and energy companies’ current business models in line with the rapidly changing situation. Various ways to adapt the Russian energy industry to the new conditions were discussed during the congress, to retain its competitiveness and create conditions for further development.
Liliana Proskuryakova presented the report 'Renewable Energy 2030: Global Challenges and Long-Term Innovation Development Trends' at the session on renewable energy development in the post-Soviet area, and international cooperation in this field. The participants included Viktor Badaker (Energy and Transport Branch, Division for Sustainable Development, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs); Professor Jürgen-Friedrich Hake, Head of Systems Analysis and Technology Evaluation section at the Institute of Energy and Climate Research (Jülich, Germany); Holgar Kolley, Deputy Head of External Energy Policy, Energy Security and Energy Partnerships Division at the German Federal Foreign Office; and others.
Following the congress discussions, a report to the Russian Government will be prepared on promoting the development of RES and energy storage facilities in Russia, and outlining potential areas for, and objectives of international cooperation in this field with Russia’s neighbours and other countries.
The analytical report 'Renewable Energy 2030: Global Challenges and Long-Term Innovation Development Trends'