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Conference "Renewable energy in isolated systems of the Far East" opened in Yakutsk
On June 19, the Second International Conference "Renewable Energy in Isolated Systems of the Russian Far East" began its work in Yakutsk.
The event will last for two days. Presentations will be made by the Director for Innovation of JSC RusHydro Mikhail Kozlov, Deputy General Director of JSC RAO ES of the East for Strategy and Investments Alexey Kaplun, Head of the IFC Program for the Development of Renewable Energy Sources in Russia Patrick Willems, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Pavel Marinychev, head of the RES department of the Skolkovo Foundation Yuri Sibirskiy, etc.
The topic of the plenary session on Thursday will be "Development of RES projects (renewable energy sources - IF) in isolated systems of the Russian Far East. Benefits of an integrated approach."
Acting Head of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Yegor Borisov, in his address to the participants of the conference, noted that there are many prerequisites for the development of clean energy sources in the republic, but, like in the greater part of the Far Eastern region, this huge potential is not sufficiently developed. The conference should serve as a catalyst for a successful and comprehensive discussion of current theoretical and practical issues on renewable energy in isolated systems of the Far East in general.