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Russian Island has become a testing ground for the use of innovative energy sources
The campus of the Far Eastern Federal University on Russky Island has become a testing ground for the use of additional sources of alternative energy. 4 has been in operation for a month now as a unique solar water heating system, providing hot water for about 500 students, faculty and staff of FEFU. The system has become the most powerful of those that exist in Russian universities, it saves about 30% of the energy used to receive hot water, the press service reports. FEFU.
According to the director of the energy efficiency center of the Far Eastern Federal District, Galina Bogdanovich, the feature of the unit is that the water is heated by a coolant, which in turn is heated by the sun, and pumps for water circulation feed 176 photovoltaic panels located on the roof of the building. The work of the energy efficiency center is also conducted with the aim of saving all the electric and thermal energy at the facilities. Ready for the introduction of several more projects, such as automated management of energy resources of the campus on the island. The newest technologies of energy and resource saving are used not only in practice, but also in the educational process for the training of highly qualified specialists.
“The future is behind alternative energy sources,” Galina Bogdanovich is convinced. “But energy saving should be not only in technology, but also in the minds of consumers, and I hope that students, having learned in what unique way they get water, will become more careful with it.”
As previously reported by EastRussia, yesterday on Russian Island The fourth meeting of the Russian-Japanese joint committee devoted to the development of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency Primorye.
According to Sergei Kovalev, director of the regional department of energy, oil and gas complex and coal industry, it is expedient to develop the production of wind and solar energy in the region. "Water heating plants for heating and hot water supply that work on solar energy are already operating in our region", - said Sergey Kovalev.