Country:Russia
Year:2003
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2003
Date Amended:

2009

Policy Type:Information and Education>Advice/Aid in Implementation, Policy Support>Strategic planning, Research, Development and Deployment (RD&D), Regulatory Instruments
Energy Efficiency Policy Targets:Multi-Sectoral Policy
Renewable Energy Policy Targets:Multiple RE Sources, All
Policy Sector:Framework Policy
Size of Plant Targeted:Small and Large
Climate Change Policy Targets:Framework/ Multi-sectoral Policy, Energy Sector, Energy Efficiency / Demand Reduction
Agency:Ministry of Energy
URL:http://www.energystrategy.ru/projects/docs/ES-2030_(Eng).pdf
Legal References:Decree N° 1234-r; Decree N° 1662-r of the Government of the Russian Federation; Government Decree No.1715-p.
Energy Efficiency Description:

The objective of the energy strategy of Russia is to maximize the effective use of natural energy resources and the potential of the energy sector in order to sustain economic growth, improve quality of life, and strengthen Russia's foreign economic positions.The Strategy determines objectives and goals of the Russian energy sector's long-term development, its priorities and guidelines, as well as mechanisms of the state energy policy to ensure the realization of stated objectives. It includes State Energy Policy requirements and guidelines, pushing support for R&D as well as providing strategic development assistance. The Strategy sets a 56 percent energy intensity reduction target for 2030 (compared with 2005). It will be accomplished in three stages: the first is a major overhaul of the energy sector; the second emphasizes efficiency gains through new technology within the fuel and energy sectors; and the third stresses economy-wide energy efficiency.

Renewable Energy Description:

The objective of the energy strategy of Russia is to maximize the effective use of natural energy resources and the potential of the energy sector in order to sustain economic growth, improve quality of life, and strengthen Russia's foreign economic positions.The Strategy determines objectives and goals of the Russian energy sector's long-term development, its priorities and guidelines, as well as mechanisms of the state energy policy to ensure the realization of stated objectives. It includes State Energy Policy requirements and guidelines, pushing support for R&D as well as providing strategic development assistance.

The Strategy calls for an increase in the share of renewable energy, the building of new hydroenergy stations and enaction of the bill "On Renewable Energy Sources.

Climate Change Description:

The objective of the energy strategy of Russia is to maximize the effective use of natural energy resources and the potential of the energy sector in order to sustain economic growth, improve quality of life, and strengthen Russia's foreign economic positions.The Strategy determines objectives and goals of the Russian energy sector's long-term development, its priorities and guidelines, as well as mechanisms of the state energy policy to ensure the realization of stated objectives. It includes State Energy Policy requirements and guidelines, pushing support for R&D as well as providing strategic development assistance. The Strategy sets a 56 percent energy intensity reduction target for 2030 (compared with 2005). It will be accomplished in three stages: the first is a major overhaul of the energy sector; the second emphasizes efficiency gains through new technology within the fuel and energy sectors; and the third stresses economy-wide energy efficiency.

Amended:

In 2009 The Strategy was extended to 2030, while it originally only went to 2020

Amended:

In 2009 The Strategy was extended to 2030, while it originally only went to 2020.

Amended:

In 2009 The Strategy was extended to 2030, while it originally only went to 2020.

Related policies:Russia , Federal Program For Energy Savings and Energy Efficiency for the Period until 2020

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