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12 Mar 2020

Future roadmap to guide digital transformation of power engineering industry in CIS states

Future roadmap to guide digital transformation of power engineering industry in CIS states
Tatiana Zorina

MINSK, 12 March (BelTA) – Plans are in place to work out a roadmap to guide the digital transformation of the power engineering industry in the Commonwealth of Independent States, BelTA learned from Tatiana Zorina, Head of the Power Engineering Economy Section of the Power Engineering Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus.

According to the source, a session of the expert group in charge of drafting the concept for the digital transformation of the fuel and energy complex of the CIS member states and the plan of top-priority measures to implement the concept took place in late February. These documents will allow systematizing the experience the CIS states have already acquired as they introduce digital technologies at the national level. The documents will also allow working out a single vision as well as basic requirements and criteria for technologies to be able to connect properly later on as part of the common digital space.

Vigorous work on the draft documents is in progress. The next session of the expert group will take place in June-July 2020. Depending on results of the session, the CIS Executive Committee intends to put together an action plan, a roadmap to digitize the fuel and energy complex and forward it for consideration and signing to all the member states.

For the sake of digitizing individual branches of the fuel and energy complex such as power engineering industry, the oil and gas complex, coal and nuclear industries the existing legislation will be perfected and new laws and regulatory acts will be worked out. Pilot projects to introduce digital technologies and industry-specific platforms will be implemented.

Thus, integrating Belarus’ fuel and energy complex into the common CIS space is the trend. “Digitization is a tool we can use to more effectively develop our economy. Belarus’ fuel and energy complex faces new, larger tasks that involve quality changes of the energy infrastructure and the consequent introduction of digital technologies. The accomplishment of these tasks will allow branches of the power engineering industry to not only multiply their potential but to also become more competitive in the international scene,” Tatiana Zorina pointed out.

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