Home JOURNAL HEADINGS Author Index SUBJECT INDEX INDEX OF ORGANIZATIONS Article Index
 
Arctic: ecology and economy
ISSN 2223-4594 | ISSN 2949-110X
Advanced
Search
RuEn
ABOUT|EDITORIAL|INFO|ARCHIVE|FOR AUTHORS|SUBSCRIBE|CONTACTS
Home ї Archive of journals ї Volume 13, No. 1, 2023 ї Wind resources of the Western sector of the Arctic zone of Russian Federation and possible areas of their use

WIND RESOURCES OF THE WESTERN SECTOR OF THE ARCTIC ZONE OF RUSSIAN FEDERATION AND POSSIBLE AREAS OF THEIR USE

JOURNAL: Volume 13, No. 1, 2023, p. 72-84

HEADING: Study and development of nature resources of the Arctic

AUTHORS: Minin, V.A., Tselishcheva, M.A.

ORGANIZATIONS: Northern Energetics Research Centre Kola Science Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences

DOI: 10.25283/2223-4594-2023-1-72-84

UDC: 621.548 (470.1)

The article was received on: 02.07.2022

Keywords: Western sector of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation, wind potential and resources, wind power plants, directions and prospects for the use of wind

Bibliographic description: Minin, V.A., Tselishcheva, M.A. Wind resources of the Western sector of the Arctic zone of Russian Federation and possible areas of their use. Arktika: ekologiya i ekonomika. [Arctic: Ecology and Economy], 2023, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 72-84. DOI: 10.25283/2223-4594-2023-1-72-84. (In Russian).


Abstract:

The authors consider the potential and technical resources of wind energy in the Western sector of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation. They have stated that increased wind speeds take place in the Arctic coastal areas. Their average annual values ​​at a height of 10 m reach 6—8 m/s. The strongest winds are observed in winter. It is during this period that the demand for heat and electricity from all categories of consumers is maximum, which is a significant prerequisite for the use of wind energy. On the example of the Murmansk region, the authors show the prospects for the use of wind-driven power plants (WPPs) for the production of electricity as part of the Kola electric power system, where there are 17 hydroelectric power plants that can compensate for the variability in the supply of wind energy. Promising is the joint work of WPPs with diesel power plants and boiler plants. The positive effect of such work is expressed in saving the imported fuel and reducing harmful emissions into the environment. The authors propose promising sites for the construction of energy complexes focused on the production of environmentally friendly hydrogen through the use of high-potential wind resources.


References:
  1. Smolentsev D. O. Development of the energy industry in the Arctic: problems and opportunities for small generation. Arktika: ekologiya i ekonomika. [Arctic: ecology and economy], 2012, no. 3 (7), pp. 22—29.
  2. Gasnikova A. A. State, problems and prospects of the energy supply development in the Arctic regions of Russia. Sever i rynok: formirovaniye ekonomicheskogo poryadka, 2018, no. 3 (59), pp. 69—77. DOI: 10.25702/KSC.2220-802X.3.2018.59.69-77.
  3. Fortov V. Y., Popel’ O. S. Power Engineering in Modern World. Dolgoprudny, Pub. “Intellect”. 2011.
  4. Marchenko O. V., Solomin S. V. Efficiency of wind energy utilization for electricity and heat supply in northern regions of Russia. Renewable Energy, 2004, vol. 29, no. 11, pp. 1793—1809.
  5. Strategy for the development of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation and ensuring national security for the period up to 2035. Available at: http://publication.pravo.gov.ru/Document/View/0001202010260033.
  6. Starkov A. N., Landberg L., Bezrukikh P. P., Borisenko M. M. Russian Wind Atlas. Moscow, Mozhaysk-Terra, 2000, 560 p.
  7. Nikolayev V. G., Ganaga S. V., Kudryashov Yu. I. National Cadastre of Wind energy Resources of Russia and methodological bases for their determination. Moscow, Atmograf, 2008, 584 p.
  8. Atlases of wind and solar climates of Russia. Ed. by M. M. Borisenko, V. V. Stadnik. St. Petersburg, Publ. House of the State Univ. named after A. I. Voeikov, 1997, 173 p.
  9. Kiseleva S. V., Rafikova Yu. Yu., Andrienko T. I., Novakovsky B. A., Prasolova A. I. Renewable energy resources: assessment methods and mapping: a collective monograph. Moscow, Nauka, 2019, 194 p.
  10. Surkova G. V., Krylov A. A. Changes in average and extreme wind speeds in the Arctic at the end of the XXI century. Arctic and Antarctic, 2018, no. 3, pp. 26—36. DOI: 10.7256/2453-8922.2018.3.27395.
  11. Chenglin Duan, Zhifeng Wang, Sheng Dong, Zhenkun Liao. Wind characteristics and wind energy assessment in the Barents Sea based on ERA-Interim reanalysis. Oceanological and Hidrobiological Studies, 2018, vol. 47, iss. 4, pp. 415—428. Available at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/329481800_Wind_characteristics_and_wind_energy_assessment_in_the_Barents_Sea_based_on_ERA-Interim_reanalysis/
  12. Minin V. A., Furtaev A. I. Wind potency in the western sector of the Russian Arctic and its possible uses. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic Univ. St. Petersburg, IOP Publishing Ltd, 2019. DOI: 10.1088/1755-1315/302/1/012067.
  13. Minin V. A., Stepanov I. R. Wind Energy Cadastre of the European North of the USSR. Proc. Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Energy and transport, 1983, no. 1, pp. 106—114.
  14. Zubarev V. V., Minin V. A., Stepanov I. R. Use of wind energy in the regions of the North. Leningrad, Nauka, Leningrad branch, 1989, 208 p.
  15. Minin V. A. The potential of wind energy in the Arkhangelsk region. Transactions of the Kola Science Centre. Energy technology, 2016, no. 1 (35), pp. 102—116.
  16. Minin V. A., Dmitriev G. S., Bezhan A. V. et al. Wind energy is a promising renewable energy resource of the Murmansk region: Preprint. Apatity, Izd. KNTs RAN, 2006, 73 p.
  17. Minin V. A. The Influence of Heat Accumulators on the Performance Indicators Characterizing Joint Operation of a Boiler House and Windmill in the European North Coastal Regions. Thermal Engineering, 2022, vol. 69, no. 2, pp. 114—120.
  18. Recommendations for determining the climatic characteristics of wind energy resources. Leningrad, Gidrometeoizdat, 1989, 80 p.
  19. Barannik B. G., Konovalova O. E., Minin V. A. Prospects for improving the energy economy in the regions of the North through the use of renewable energy sources. Apatity, Pub. of the Kola Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2011, 154 p.
  20. Minin V. A., Rozhkova A. A., Bezhan A. V. Possible directions for the integration of renewable energy sources in the energy sector of the Murmansk region. Herald of the Kola Science Center of RAS, 2019, no. 3, pp. 124—133.
  21. Minin V. A., Dmitriyev G. S. Prospects for the development of wind power on the Kola Peninsula. Apatity, Izd-vo Kolskogo nauchnogo tsentra RAN, 1998, 97 p.
  22. Minin V. A., Rozhkova A. A. Evaluation the effectiveness of diesel and wind power plants joint work. Power Technology and Engineering, 2014, no. 6, pp. 29—32.
  23. Windenergie 2002. Osnabrück, Deutschland, Bundesverband WindEnergie Service, GmbH, 2002, 265 p.
  24. Minin V. A. Prospects for the use of wind energy for heat supply to consumers in the North. Teploenergetika, 2009, no. 11, pp. 34—40.
  25. Minin V. A., Bezhan A. V. Evaluation of the efficiency of a heat supply system based on a boiler room and a wind turbine in the conditions of the North. Teploenergetika, 2017, no. 3, pp. 51—59.
  26. Minin V. A., Krivtsov S. I. Prospects for the wind energy use for power and heat supply to decentralized consumers in the western sector of the Russian Arctic. J. Phys.: Conf. Ser., 2021, 2096 012111. DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/2096/1/012111.
  27. Marchenko O. V., Solomin S. V. Analysis of the efficiency of hydrogen production using wind power plants and its use in an autonomous energy system. Intern. Scientific J. Alternative Energy and Ecology, 2017, no. 3. p. 112.
  28. Kulagin V. A., Grushevenko D. A. Is hydrogen able to become the fuel of the future? Thermal power engineering, 2020, no. 4, pp. 3—17. DOI: 10.1134/S0040363620040025.
  29. Tarasenko A. B., Popel’ O. S. Perspective ways of developing hydrogen energy in the conditions of the North. Renewable energy XXI century: Energy and economic efficiency, 2016, pp. 243—249.
  30. Mastepanov A. M. Hydrogen energy in Russia: status and prospects. Energy policy, 2020, no. 12 (154), pp. 54—65. DOI: 10.46920/2409-5516_2020_12154_54.
  31. Solovyov D. A. Directions for the development of hydrogen energy technologies. Energy Policy, 2020, no. 3, pp. 64—71.
  32. Bushuev V. V., Zaichenko V. M., Morgunova M. O., Soloviev D. A., Chernyavsky A. A. Potential of RES in the Arctic: new tasks. Ed. A. B. Alkhasov. Makhachkala, Institute of Geothermal Problems of the Dagestan Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2017, pp. 94—99.

Download »


© 2011-2023 Arctic: ecology and economy
DOI 10.25283/2223-4594