In 20-30 years’ time, there should be a common space, in both economic and energy terms, [bringing] together Europe and Russia.
At the expert and political levels, the 21st century is the century of Asia. And, it’s particularly important that we channel those prospects that are opening up before us in this part of the world toward the development of Russia’s eastern regions.
We need to take an entirely new approach to the architecture of our electrical power grid. As technology changes, so does the consumer.
Integration means reliability, accessibility, greater confidence and economic advantage.
This transformation is happening and it’s driven by the economy, the people’s mindset, and also by another major force outside of ourselves, which is technological evolution.
Trust is the key point to integration. If trust is missing, integration is very difficult.
Russia has a lot of idle capacity, whereas in China there is a strong need for capacity. So, we must create joint grid networks for our mutual benefit.
In cooperation with Deloitte
In cooperation with UC RUSAL
In partnership with Boao Forum for Asia
In cooperation with En+ Group
In partnership with ‘Conoscere Eurasia’ Association
In cooperation with The Russian-Italian Civil Society Dialogue Forum