Technical and economic aspects of electric machine industry development with account of electric power development directions
Keywords:power engineering, environmental safety, electrical machinery, turbogenerator, comprehensive approach, economy
A critical assessment of the existing views on the world energy development prospects is an integral part of independent policy elaboration in this field for any state. Consideration of prospective power industry development options is a determinative factor in electric machine-building progress as a generation system production industry.
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