Energy Service Companies and Modeling of Their Activities in the Context of Growing Energy Intensity of the Digital Economy and Risks

Olga Alekseevna Polyanskaya, Vladimir Nikolaevich Tatarenko, Veronika Valerevna Bespalova, Olga Evgenevna Shaitarova and Irina Nikolaevna Igotti

Nowadays, a lot of attention is paid to innovative solutions in energy supply, especially solutions leading to energy saving, due to, for example, increasing tariffs, energy costs (production, business, household), morale and physical condition of fixed assets, lack of funds for their renewal, replacement. Enterprises in the foreign market need competitive products, with a minimum energy-consuming component in the price. Only in the Russian conditions, this can be quickly, fully, effectively taken into account as the control parameters of product pricing. It also requires energy-saving technologies, the relevant tariff policy of housing and public utilities, an efficiently formed and supported investment portfolio. Ordinal discontinuities are reduced only by “ordinal”, i.e. high and digital technologies, energy saving methodologies. This requires a systematic analysis of the situation, the evolutionary potential, consideration of system principles, situational (simulation) modeling, and innovation in energy-saving technologies. Modeling is the basis of energy management, forecasting, control of business processes and audit of situations of companies. A system analysis of this problem, the main options for the company's energy service, the category of "energy service", as well as a set of measures to ensure energy saving in the conditions of building a digital business, using the blockchain technology, crypto currency processes of the information society has been done. The corresponding mathematical formalization of the task of assessing (forecasting) the sales potential of the energy product has been carried out, critical aspects of the procedure for evaluating the energy service project have been highlighted.

Volume 11 | 10-Special Issue

Pages: 159-164

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V11SP10/20192787