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Chukotka to present clean energy projects at WEF - EastRussia | Far East






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Chukotka will present clean energy projects at WEF

Chukotka will present clean energy projects at WEF
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During the fifth WEF Chukotka will take part in the exhibition “Street of the Far East”. The region will present three pavilions to the guests of the forum on investment potential, national culture and the development of the district’s energy sector.

Clean energy came to Chukotka together with the world's first floating nuclear power plant, Akademik Lomonosov. Thanks to the exposition, guests of the Eastern Economic Forum will be able to find out what a nuclear reactor looks like and get acquainted with the safety program and environmental aspects of the power unit.

In another pavilion, which will be made in the form of a flag of the region, the creators will present the investment potential of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug. Including the unique Baimka project for the development of large ore deposits, with which the future of Chukotka is associated.

Another pavilion will be called the “Book of the Sea” and will tell the forum guests about the national culture and tourism potential of the district. Here you can see photos and replicas of objects found during the study of the ancient Eskimo settlement, as well as listen to the performance of the artists of the state Chukchi-Eskimo ensemble “Ergyron”.

From 3 to 6 September, the exhibition "Street of the Far East" will work for participants in the Eastern Economic Forum. On 7 of September, they will conduct an excursion for families with children and youth. On September 8, everyone will be able to see the exposition on the embankment of Ajax Bay, on Russky Island.