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Type: Artigo
Title: From R & D to innovation: challenges for the brazilian electricity sector
Title Alternative: Da P&D à inovação: desafios para o setor elétrico brasileiro
Author: Bin, Adriana
Vélez, Maria Isabel
Ferro, Ana Flávia Portilho
Salles-Filho, Sergio Luiz Monteiro
Mattos, Carolina
Abstract: In Brazil, companies operating in the electricity sector must invest at least 1% of their net operating revenues in R & D and energy efficiency programs. This obligation challenges their capacity to manage their research and innovation efforts. As these companies belong to a supplier-dominated sector, they face constraints related to the generation of innovations: often the results of R & D projects are not implemented. This situation reveals not only problems in the sector innovation policy, but also the absence of robust mechanisms to support companies in decisions that can help them generate benefits from research. This work presents a tool developed for the Brazilian electricity companies aiming to characterize and propose solutions to overcome and/or prevent scientific and technology, market and management gaps likely to occur in R & D projects in order to enlarge the appropriation, adoption and diffusion of their results, and the generation of positive impacts.
No Brasil, companhias atuantes no setor elétrico (geração, transmissão e distribuição – GTD) são obrigadas a investir pelo menos 1% de sua receita operacional líquida em pesquisa e desenvolvimento (P&D) e eficiência energética, obrigação que traz grandes desafios à gestão da pesquisa e da inovação. Inseridas em um setor tipicamente comprador de inovações, essas companhias enfrentam limitações relacionadas à geração de inovações: com frequência, os resultados de projetos de P&D não são implementados, o que aponta para problemas na lógica da política de incentivo para inovação no setor, mas também para ausência de mecanismos robustos de tomada de decisões que apoiem as empresas na geração de benefícios a partir de seus esforços de pesquisa. Este trabalho apresenta uma ferramenta aplicável a empresas do setor elétrico brasileiro com o propósito de caracterizar e propor soluções para superar e/ou prevenir lacunas científicas e tecnológicas, mercadológicas e gerenciais susceptíveis de ocorrência em projetos de P&D, no intuito de ampliar a apropriação, adoção e difusão de seus resultados e dos benefícios decorrentes.
metadata.dc.description.abstractalternative: In Brazil, companies operating in the electricity sector must invest at least 1% of their net operating revenues in R & D and energy efficiency programs. This obligation challenges their capacity to manage their research and innovation efforts. As these companies belong to a supplier-dominated sector, they face constraints related to the generation of innovations: often the results of R & D projects are not implemented. This situation reveals not only problems in the sector innovation policy, but also the absence of robust mechanisms to support companies in decisions that can help them generate benefits from research. This work presents a tool developed for the Brazilian electricity companies aiming to characterize and propose solutions to overcome and/or prevent scientific and technology, market and management gaps likely to occur in R & D projects in order to enlarge the appropriation, adoption and diffusion of their results, and the generation of positive impacts.
Subject: Inovação
Pesquisa e desenvolvimento
Transferência de tecnologia
Country: Brasil
Editor: UFSCAR/Departamento de Engenharia de Produção
Citation: Gestao E Producao. Brazilian Institute For Information In Science And Technology, v. 22, n. 3, p. 552 - 564, 2015.
Rights: Aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/0104-530X1294-14
Address: http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0104-530X2015000300552
Date Issue: 2015
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