Materials in this section deal with intermediate results of research on power engineering.

Power engineering is but one component of the program “Systems Analysis and Forecasting in Science and Technology.”

The main objective of the research is to prepare recommendations for developing science and technology in Kazakhstan through 2030.

To do that, researchers are studying national development strategies and programs, analyzing scientific and technical information, and examining reports of leading national and international research organizations and consulting companies – such as the Big Four. Researchers are also doing patent searches and database searches.

Researchers are trying to identify strengths and weaknesses in power engineering, looking for new trends, and trying to identify opportunities for future development.

They will be proposing strategies and action plans for developing power engineering. The recommendations will take into account Kazakhstan's competencies in research and development.

Researchers will also be identifying risks associated with implementing various strategies.

Two approaches that are being used to develop recommendations are discussions among panels of experts and discussions at roundtables. Roundtable participants include a range of experts, including academics, scientists, business people and government officials.

We would welcome your proposals and comments on ways to make the research and recommendations in this section better.

Presentation     

Scenario report     

Scenario   

Experts

Protocol


Forum “Safe, Clean and Efficient Power Engineering”