The share of low-carbon energy sources in Russia by 2035 will grow to 90% of the total, and the share of carbon-free energy sources (hydroelectric power plants, renewable energy sources and nuclear power plants) in the energy balance – up to 45%. This was stated by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak, speaking at the energy dialogue of the UN General Assembly: “With the support of the state, the share of renewable energy sources in the Russian energy balance is growing. Also, solutions are being developed for supplying energy to hard-to-reach regions of the country through clean energy sources. We expect to increase the share of carbon-free energy sources in the energy balance to 45% by 2035, and the share of low-carbon energy sources to 90%, ”said Mr. Novak (quoted by TASS). According to the Deputy Prime Minister, now about 87% of the electricity generated in the Russian Federation comes from carbon-free or low-carbon sources, this figure is one of the highest in the world. On September 23, the Community of Energy Consumers (uniting industrialists) sent a letter to Aleksandr Novak, proposing to establish a zero….