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Optimization of Energy Production Under the View of Technical, Economic and Environmental Conditions

  • I. Eliseeva
  • O. Borozdina
  • H. RittinghausenEmail author
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Abstract

The global growing of electricity production and consumption increase the pollution of the biosphere. In the conventional generation of electricity with coal, oil and gas the emissions of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere increase. According to the actual technical state of the art in the production of nuclear electricity, the waste disposal of dangerous radioactive materials is not clear. The generation of electricity with nuclear power is a technology with incalculable economic and ecological risks to people and the environment. In the future globally considered the production of nuclear and conventional power is not economically and ecologically. For these reasons, the production of electricity from renewable energy sources has to be enlarged and realized consequently. In this paper, the concept of the described model can be used to represent the technological, economic and environmental conditions for regions or countries to optimize the energy production. From this model, then a global representation can be developed. The aim of the model is to minimize the energy production on the base of coal, oil, gas, to optimize the production of electricity by renewable energy sources and stop the generation of nuclear power under technical, economic and environmental point of views.

Keywords

CIRP International Conference Economic conditions, Energy production, Environmental conditions, Optimization, Technical conditions 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.St.Petersburg State University of Economics and FinanceMoscowRussia
  2. 2.Department for Machine Tools and Factory ManagementTechnische Universität BerlinBerlinGermany

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