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In Primorsky Krai, the first electric generators on sea waves were made

The country's first wave generators - sources of electric current, using the energy of sea currents, tides and waves - earned in Primorye at the Shultz Marine Experimental Station at Cape Gamova, reports RIA PrimaMedia with reference to the technology developers website.

Tests are conducted under the guidance of a research and production enterprise from Pervouralsk. Representatives of the Ural Federal University (Yekaterinburg) and the Pacific Oceanological Institute of the Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Vladivostok) also take part in them.

"The initial conclusion of the preliminary test showed that wave power plants are highly promising. Wave generators allow the introduction of the latest renewable energy source, receive environmentally friendly electrical energy. In addition, implement new products such as sea drones and automatic systems for protecting maritime borders." says the message.

It is also specified that in Vladivostok, on the basis of the Pacific Oceanological Institute of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, it is planned to open a laboratory of the Wave Energy research group No. 2 and a test site for sea energy at Cape Shchultsa of the Gamow Peninsula. This test site will be the only one in Russia and the fourth of its kind in the world. The first was in Portugal, the other two in the UK.

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