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Technopark was opened in Neryungri

In the capital of South Yakutia, within the framework of the First Neryungri Business Forum, an industrial park was opened, where innovative projects and technology transfer to the economy will be implemented. The main interests will be energy conservation and energy efficiency; Biotechnologies, including agro- and medical technologies; Transport and transport infrastructure.

The Technopark is a subdivision of the State Autonomous Institution (GAU) Technopark Yakutia, created at the end of 2011.

The total built-up area is 5 thousand. 733 square meters. The building houses the 10 production modules, which have heavy equipment in their production, as well as parking for 20 vehicles, auxiliary and technical facilities and engineering building facilities. The building is equipped with Wi-Fi system, exhibition and assembly halls and cafes on 60 seats. This technopark will house the 24 enterprise. By the year 2021, it is planned that the proceeds from the sale of technopark services will be more than 23 million rubles.

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