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The head of Yakutia will talk about diamonds and renewable energy sources in the Far North

Acting Head of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Yegor Borisov will talk about the work of the diamond mining industry and the prospects of renewable energy sources in the Far North. According to his press service, these topics are planned to be discussed at a press conference in Moscow, which will take place on June 16 at the Russia Today news agency.

Egor Borisov, in particular, intends to talk about the experience of Yakutia in the field of solar energy. Last year, a new solar power station was put into operation in the village of Dulgaly of Verkhoyansk ulus as part of the autonomous energy complex. The village’s energy supply combines traditional and renewable energy sources: an automated block-modular DES 350 kW and photovoltaic panels with a total power of 20 kW. Solar power stations are also located in Kobyay, Oimyakonsky and Olekminsky regions.

According to JSC Sakhaenergo, these units generated 9 kWh of electricity over the winter months, saving 826 tons of diesel fuel. The interest in renewable energy in the region is underscored by the fact that On June 19-21, Yakutia is hosting the Second International Conference "Renewable Energy in Isolated Systems of the Russian Far East" for the second time.

Issues related to gas supplies to China, the construction of a new bridge over Lena, Russian military bases in the Arctic and other topics will also be discussed at the press conference of the Oncological Institute of Yakutia.

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