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Volume 35, 20173rd International Conference on Industrial Engineering (ICIE-2017)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Sustainable Development of Industrial Enterprises|
|Published online||26 June 2017|
«Green» innovations in transport branch: restrictions, ways of implementation
Mechanics and Machine Building Institute, Ural Federal University, Russia
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The course of “sustainable development” is relatively new to the Russian economy and its segments, however even now, experts believe that in the near future, the vast majority of innovations will be “green”. The environmental and frugality problems are especially acute for the transport system of the country. The comparison with countries, having the most promising automotive industries, has shown that for developed automotive transport is characteristic developed infrastructure, accompanying vehicle at all stages of the life cycle. The authors consider the organization of the utilization market in the transport system of the country as one of the most promising directions in the transition to resource-saving technologies. The article describes the market mechanisms regulating the utilization market in Europe, reveals the barriers to organization of recycling in the Russian Federation. To overcome these barriers possible market mechanisms are suggested, i.e. the incentive of members of the transport system to create an organization chart of the utilization market. At this stage, a cluster scheme may be offered under which one the control and the responsibility belong to the automaker. This would allow reducing the cost of creating the infrastructure for the recycling system. Were formulated the possible positive effects for each of the participants of transport system. Were formulated the challenges for further research.
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