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Volume 83, 2024International Conference Scientific and Technological Development of the Agro-Industrial Complex for the Purposes of Sustainable Development (STDAIC-2023)
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|Economy of Agro-Industrial Complex and Sustainable Development of Agricultural Regions
|04 January 2024
Economic model of power generation enterprise
Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russia
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These days the economic system of any scale faces a challenge not only to best meet the needs of consumers, but also to ensure their comfortable living conditions (especially agricultural), that is, preserve the environment and use natural resources wisely. Power generation enterprises make a significant contribution to the violation of the environmental situation. This is partly due to the alienation of territories that could be used for other human activities, as well as significant emissions into the atmosphere. A power generation enterprise, compared with organizations of other types of activity, is characterized by the method of generating electricity which implies not the impact on the material and raw materials and the production of economic benefits, but the conversion of natural energy into electrical energy. These models are of a general abstract nature and are more applicable to organizations producing tangible economic benefits, rather than the generation of electrical energy, which is the key economic benefit, though, conventionally tangible one. Existing microeconomic models do not show specifics of their functioning – the scale of the enterprise and the conditions for profit maximization. The economic models of a power generation enterprise, the specifics of its functioning and profit-making are presented in the article.
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