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Wind power plants for low temperatures will be developed in Vladivostok

Joint research on the creation of medium and small-sized wind power plants, adapted to work in the low temperatures characteristic of the Russian Far East, will be started at the beginning of this year by FEFU and the Japanese company WINPRO from Niigata. A feature of the proposed technology is the ability to generate electricity even at low wind speeds (from 1 m. / Sec.) And low noise and vibration.

A cooperation agreement has been signed between the Far Eastern Federal University and the WINPRO company from Niigata, which is engaged in the development of technologies in the field of renewable energy sources. WINPRO is counting on the possibility of creating conditions for the production and sale of equipment for wind power plants in Primorsky Krai. For FEFU, this cooperation will serve as a good platform for using their research capabilities based on modern WINPRO technologies.

WINPRO already manufactures "hybrid" power generators that combine wind and solar generators using lithium batteries. Cooperation of the company with FEFU can open up wide opportunities for improving existing and developing new technologies in the field of using biomass energy and fuel cells. As part of the cooperation agreement, WINPRO will supply a trial batch of "hybrid" (solar-wind) generators for street lighting on the FEFU campus. Based on the experience gained, it is planned to advance to the markets of other countries, in particular the EU countries.

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