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They want to equip the Far East with hybrid power systems

They want to equip the Far East with hybrid power systems
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Altren, a Ulyanovsk nanocenter ULNANOTECH, together with partners, is planning to build autonomous hybrid energy systems based on renewable energy sources in remote and isolated territories of the Far East. She signed an agreement of intent with the Agency for Far Eastern Investment Promotion and Export Support (ANO IPA).

Autonomous hybrid power systems reduce the generation of energy from diesel generators by 40-70%. According to the press service of the ANO IPA, they consist of solar panels, wind generators, energy storage devices and a control system. The development of such installations in remote and isolated areas can improve the quality of life in settlements where energy is often supplied only a few hours a day. 

Several companies presented technological solutions and investment opportunities for autonomous energy supply and renewable energy sources for Primorsky Krai to ANO IPA. The region is chosen because it is possible to implement projects in the field of solar and wind energy, use liquefied natural gas or fish oil for the production of electricity and heat.

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