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RusHydro presented the book "ElectroPLAN" in the library of Primorye

RusHydro presented the book "ElectroPLAN" in the library of Primorye
Photo: press service of JSC "DRSK"

The specialists of the Primorsky electrical networks together with the employees of the Primorsky Children's Library held a presentation of the book by Sergei Ivanov “ElectroPLAN. The incredible adventures of the schoolboy Svetlyachkov and the engineer Bobrov. " Power engineers donated 35 books to the library fund of Primorye.

According to the press service of the DRSK, the book was published as part of the RusHydro charitable program in cooperation with the Children's Book House Foundation for the Development of Children's Literature and Reading Culture.

During the presentation, the students learned about the properties of electricity and participated in experiments. Marina Larionova, head of the department of information and bibliographic work, spoke about the new edition and showed a video about the creation of the book.

The book "ElectroPLAN" tells about the regions where RusHydro's hydroelectric, geothermal, thermal and solar power plants are located. It also tells about current trends in energy production and conservation, and about people working at energy facilities. RusHydro and the Fund have already published eight popular science and fiction books for children and adolescents.

RusHydro is implementing a comprehensive charitable program aimed both at educating a new generation of professional power engineers and at creating a favorable social environment in all regions of its presence. The priority areas remain ecology, health care, support for charitable foundations, NGOs and citizens in need, education, sports and a number of others.

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