This text is translated into Russian by google automatic human level neural machine.
EastRussia is not responsible for any mistakes in the translated text. Sorry for the inconvinience.
Please refer to the text in Russian as a source.
Vladimir Tikhonovich Head of the Energy Saving and Technical Policy Department of the Ministry of Housing and Utilities of the Kamchatka Territory
The Kamchatka region, thanks to its natural resources, can afford to experiment in the field of energy. Thus, options are being explored for the use of geothermal water for the production of electrical and thermal energy - for example, the expansion of the existing Mutnovsky geothermal power plants. There is already a technical possibility of constructing an additional power plant with the capacity of 50 MW. An alternative option is the construction of large hydroelectric power stations. We are talking about the construction of a cascade of Zhupanovsky HPPs. We plan to use the wind potential, including in the central power unit, where it is possible to build a large wind field up to 20 MW. The main goal of using natural potential is the substitution of diesel generation in remote isolated energy nodes.
But perhaps the most interesting experiment that is underway right now is a Russian-Japanese joint project to create special wind-generating equipment for working in cold climates. The project is being implemented by the structures of JSC RAO Energy Systems of the East on the one hand, and a group of Japanese construction and energy companies led by Mitsui & Co and Komai Haltec Inc. on the other. The project provides for the integration of three KWT wind power plants for 300 kW each (two in the Arctic version) into the isolated power grid of the Ust-Kamchatsk village. The Japanese are very interested in the trial operation of their wind turbines in our harsh climatic conditions, where in winter the temperature can fall below –40 degrees. We can say that we are an experimental platform for them, because the technologies that will be introduced are still in development. And the result will allow our colleagues to have a very competitive product, which can then be applied in the Arctic zone of Russia and other countries.