Tetiana Kurbatova

Tetiana Kurbatova
Sumy State University | SSU · International Economic Relations Department

PhD in Economics

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Sustainable development of the global economy can be achieved with the help of renewable energy (RE). The paper investigates the determinants of RE development in order to boost its adoption. The determinants of RE deployment were analyzed using random-effects GLS regression for the panel data from 27 EU member states in 2011–2020.The results confi...
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The paper investigates state policy to promote solar energy in Latvia’s and Ukraine’s households. Comparing different approaches to stimulating sectors’ development in both countries, the article evaluates the economic efficiency of solar power plants implementation based on the Levelized Cost of Electricity method and investment projects payback p...
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The growth of renewable energy facilities worldwide creates new challenges for sustainable regional development. Unregulated investment flows in the green energy sector cause disparities in the deployment of various renewable energy technologies, worsen the ability to balance national energy systems, etc. This article is the first comprehensive stu...
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Utilization of landfill gas for electricity generation should be an attractive option for Ukraine in light of the country’s rapidly growing municipal solid waste problem, the influx of intermittent renewable electricity into the national grid, and renewable energy adoption commitments. However, the deployment of landfill gas power plants has been s...
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The Ukrainian renewable energy sector has demonstrated a significant increase in its renewable power capacity, especially for solar and wind power plants. Decommissioning the end‐of life equipment in Ukraine has not yet taken place, but it is only a matter of time. With this in mind, this paper assesses the quantities and the market values of the m...
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The paper estimates the impact of pursuing two scenarios of new renewable electricity generating capacities installation in Ukraine. Under the first scenario, 21% of electricity from renewable energy sources is expected to be generated until 2030, which relatively reflects the current trend of installation of generating capacities, while under the...
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The article considers the issues of establishing in Ukraine the effective market mechanisms to stimulate the development of energy storage systems. The current state of energy storage systems in Ukraine is studied. The capacity of the segment of energy storage systems in the energy market, due to the need to meet the requirements of the European En...
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The paper examines the trends in renewable energy development in Ukraine in 2016-2020. It is proved that the implemented state support mechanisms have led to the dynamic development of renewable energy facilities. At the same time, the rapid growth of the share of electricity from renewable energy sources in the country’s final energy consumption h...
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This paper proposes methodological approaches to assessing the impact of renewable energy and energy efficiency development on emerging economies’ energy security. It is suggested to supplement the current methodology for assessing energy security with the decoupling index of the renewable energy financial burden on the state budget, the energy eff...
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The world prefers to increase energy efficiency and use energy from renewable and alternative sources. Ukraine has chosen the same path. To form recommendations for improving state support schemes for the sustainable development of renewable energy, the authors conducted a thorough analysis of the state of renewable energy in Ukraine and its legisl...
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The article gives an estimation of the management effectiveness of electricity supply enterprises in emerging economies on the example of enterprises of the northern and central regions of Ukraine. Estimation was conducted on the basis of the authors’ methodological approach that applies the number of indicators taken as a basis for the formation o...
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The paper deals with the problems of balancing the United Energy System of Ukraine caused by high renewable energy penetration and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the energy sector. The paper analyses the trends in renewable energy development, the dynamics and structure of electricity consumption and export in pre-epidemic and epidemic peri...
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While implementing state support mechanisms for renewable energy deployment, each country faces the problem of assessing and forecasting their consequences and must timely adjust their set to ensure sustainable energy development. The article estimates the price for sustainable development of the renewable energy sector on the example of Ukraine ba...
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This paper investigates the role of state policies in supporting renewable energy development in emerging economies by drawing example from Ukraine. The economic mechanisms aimed at promoting electricity generation from renewable sources, namely, the feed-in tariff, credit programmes in renewable energy field, tax and customs privileges as well as...
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The article considers the preconditions for sustainable development of the energy sector from the standpoint of political and economic basis of energy transitions, actualizes and reveals the scientific problem of the impact of socio-technical transitions, in particular energy, on economic sustainability. It is determined that the task of assessing...
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The paper deals with the solar energy promotion in households in Ukraine. Despite the positive dynamics of solar power plants construction, today the share of electricity, generated on their basis, in the country’s electricity mix remains insignificant. The main reason for this is the need for essential start-up investments. Since the economic effi...
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This paper elaborates on the theoretical and methodological fundamentals of a tradable green certificates system to foster renewable energy development in Ukraine. It proposes a management mechanism premised on the classical market model of tradable green certificates aiming at increasing the share of electricity from renewable energy sources in th...
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The article deals with the study of support schemes for renewable energy promotion in the European Union member states. The main strategic documents that declare short-term and long-term goals to increase the share of green energy in final energy consumption of the European Union are considered. The primary motivational mechanisms aimed at encourag...
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The paper deals with animal manure usage in order to produce biogas for energy generation in Ukraine. Although there are favorable conditions to develop the biogas sector based on animal manure, the share energy, which is produced from it, is extremely low (about 0.2% as of 2016). The paper analyzes energy potential of agricultural biomass in Ukrai...
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The paper reports the state-of-the-day for non-renewable and renewable energy in Ukraine and state policy of its development in the long-term perspective. Despite total dependence on imported energy resources and complex natural conditions to develop new own deposits of fossil fuels; the state does not pay enough attention to RE development. The ar...
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This article analyzes the dynamics of GHG emissions in Ukraine for the period 1990-2012. The effectiveness of using flexible mechanisms of the Kyoto Protocol as an instrument of regulation of greenhouse gases is investigated. The official position and prospects of Ukraine's participation in the second period of a global climate agreement are consid...
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The paper reports main problems of stimulating development of renewable energy in Ukraine. The authors consider presented state mechanisms for maintenance of the green energy where the most effective tariff is the feed-in tariff (functions in Ukraine from 2009). The changes in the active laws and the results of effect of the regulation policy on th...

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