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Primorye will develop renewable energy sources together with Japan

The fact that many of the joint with Japanese colleagues in the field of renewable energy sources are already at the implementation stage, and cooperation continues to be strengthened today by the director of the relevant department of the Ministry of Energy of Russia Alexander Mitreykin. “Our cooperation with our Japanese colleagues continues to strengthen, many joint projects are already underway”, - he declared.

Today on Russian Island The fourth meeting of the Russian-Japanese joint committee devoted to the development of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency PrimoryeAccording to the press service of the Primorsky Territory Administration.“It is necessary to recognize that thanks to such events, Japanese and Russian companies receive an additional incentive for interaction,” noted Mitreykin.

The event was attended by representatives of the regional administration and relevant ministries of Russia and Japanas well as their subordinate organizations and representatives of large industrial companies on both sides.

At the meeting of the committee, reports were presented on state policy on energy efficiency and opportunities for Russian-Japanese cooperation in the field of energy conservation.

It is worth noting that at the meeting the speakers announced new plans for Russian-Japanese cooperation in the development of the electric power industry and industrial technologies. The projects of environmentally friendly and technological energy production were actively discussed: systems of water and solar power stations, wind generators.

According to Sergey Kovalev, director of the regional department of energy, the oil and gas complex and the coal industry, it is advisable to develop the production of wind and solar energy in the Primorsky region, where there are necessary climatic conditions.

“At the moment we already have experience of using wind energy. Thus, two wind generators are already operating in the village of Peretychikha in the Terneisky region and on the island of Reinek. In addition, in our region, water heating installations are already in operation to provide heating and hot water, which operate on solar energy. ”- said Sergey Kovalev
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