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Forecasting the Generation of Renewable Energy in the EU Countries

Student: Marina Dorogina

Supervisor: Boris Vasilyevich Korneychuk

Faculty: St.Petersburg School of Economics and Management

Educational Programme: Economics (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

Due to the distribution of renewable sources of energy such as solar energy, the energy of wind and etc., reliable methods are needed to predict generation volumes. In my work, I will use the logistic method of forecasting, making logistic trends of the volume of energy generation in the European Union. The object of the research is the forecast for the generation of renewable energy. The aims of this work are the construction and interpretation of the predicted values of the generation of renewable energy for the countries of the European Union. The obtained values suggest that this type of energy will spread with high speed and the proportion in the total generation will increase.

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