In this editorial, PSR analyzes Russia’s importance to the world’s energy supply, the impacts of the war on electricity, oil, and gas markets, and its implications for the global energy transition.
This section addresses the ordinary review of the physical guarantee of centrally dispatched hydroelectric plants and other relevant topics.
In this section, we comment on the role of hydroelectric plants in the coming decades and whether it would be possible to overcome the difficulties of environmental licensing.
Exceptionally, there will be no international section this month as the agenda was dealt with in the opinion section.
This section discusses Deep Learning (DL) systems, which currently can already replace human activities that require a second of brain processing.
We present the updated demand and structural energy supply balance for the coming years and our traditional “delay meter”.