Development of Energy Supply Infrastructure Based on Industry 4.0 (on the Example of Ukraine and Turkey)
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Olena Trofymenko
National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute
Serhii Voitko
Department of International Economics, National Technical University of Ukraine the “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”
Serhii Naraievskyi
Department of International Economics, National Technical University of Ukraine the “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”
Published 2022-10-03
https://doi.org/10.15388/Ekon.2022.101.2.5
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Keywords

energy market transformation
renewable energy
Industry 4.0
installed capacity efficiency

How to Cite

Trofymenko O., Voitko S. and Naraievskyi S. (2022) “Development of Energy Supply Infrastructure Based on Industry 4.0 (on the Example of Ukraine and Turkey)”, Ekonomika, 101(2), pp. 70-91. doi: 10.15388/Ekon.2022.101.2.5.

Abstract

The object of research was to identify the field of renewable energy for ensuring the process of gradual transition from traditional energy to carbon-free technologies. The article compares the opportunities for energy development, taking into account current trends in sustainable development. The conducted analysis of energy resources in the section of renewable energy is based on the processing of available sources of analytical and statistical information. The study investigates the structure and features of the functioning of the energy sector of Ukraine and Turkey. There have been revealed several common problems of functioning of energy spheres in Ukraine and Turkey. The article investigates the possibilities of using technological solutions and principles of Industry 4.0 in ensuring energy security through the development of the electric car market. The analysis consists of calculations of the efficient functioning of solar and wind energy for Ukraine and Turkey. The article provides recommendations for the development of possible mutually beneficial cooperation between Ukraine and Turkey in the field of renewable energy.

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