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Climatic risks in electric power industry



Full text article ( in russian)

Year

 
2022

Issue

 
402

Volume

 
4

Pages

 
157-160

Caption

 
Climatic risks in electric power industry

Authors

 
Zhilkina Yu.V.

Keywords

 
climatic risks, power industry, adverse climatic effects, hazard, opportunities

DOI

 
10.24937/2542-2324-2022-4-402-157-160

Summary

 
Object and purpose of research. Weather factor is relevant for almost all branches of economy. In electric power industry, the demand for energy becomes higher in autumn and winter because houses need heating. In the last decades, the topic of climate change and its implications for various industries has evolved from a theoretical question to one of the most important factors in global agenda. This paper will discuss climatic risks and their implications for the activities of FGC UES.
Subject matter and methods. The organizational part of this work analyses and classifies climatic risks and discusses their contribution. Data analysis and development of analytical relationships were based on the calculation principles for technical parameters and integrated reliability indicators.
Main results. The analysis of climatic effects upon electric power industry delineates the mechanism for finding the events that ensure trouble-free operation of power grid components. Climatic risks are tackled not only as hazards but also as opportunities.
Conclusion. The analysis of climatic risks enables the adjustment of FGC UES power saving strategy, as well as adaptation of its power generation assets to consumer demands.

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