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Representatives of the Japanese company Komaihaltec Inc. visited the Yakut Tiksi to inspect the construction site of the future wind station. - EastRussia | Far East

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Representatives of the Japanese company Komaihaltec Inc. visited the construction site of the future wind station in Yakutia Tiksi.

Representatives of the Japanese company Komaihaltec Inc. visited the settlement of Tiksi in the Bulun region of Yakutia to determine the future construction site for the wind turbines.

Representatives of the Japanese company Komaihaltec Inc. visited the construction site of the future wind station in Yakutia Tiksi.
It is reported by the press service of the Ministry of Housing and Energy on Thursday.

"Previously, the Japanese company is proposed to build a wind power park with the capacity of 1 MW. Economic feasibility for local energy and heat supply in the northern and arctic regions is manifested in saving diesel fuel. The construction of a wind farm will reduce the cost of diesel fuel, "the words of the Deputy Minister of Housing and Communal Services and Energy of the Republic, Nikolai Duraev, are quoted in the message.

It is noted that the delegation examined the area of ​​the future construction. Also Japanese investors were interested in the issue of transport logistics for the delivery of equipment. As the seaport administration noted, the navigation in Tiksi opens from July 15 to September 30.
In addition, the Japanese side studied the site and design elements of the only existing wind turbine in Yakutia, which suffered in the fall of 2015, due to strong gusts of wind and blizzard.

"For a more detailed study, Japanese specialists took a sample design. According to them, this experience will help them take into account the peculiarities of the extreme climate impact on metal and apply all the necessary requirements and conditions for the successful implementation of the project, "the press service informs.

It is noted that the Bulunsky district is the most promising area for the installation of wind stations due to strong winds. Gusts of wind in the village of Tiksi sometimes reach up to 35 m / s. The average annual wind speed is 5,8 m / s.
In September 2015, during the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, a Memorandum of Cooperation was signed between PJSC RAO ES of the East and KOMAI HALTEC Inc., Interfax notes.

Earlier it was reported that JSC "RAO Energy Systems of the East" and the Japanese company Komaihaltec Inc. Plan to install wind stations in the village of Tiksi in Yakutia.

Sergey Tolstoguzov, General Director of RAO ES of the East, said that the Japanese company Komaihaltec Inc. plans to transfer wind turbines to us - these will be pilot samples to look at operating experience. It is assumed that the installations will work adequately, calmly and all year round in conditions of low temperatures in Yakutia.
S.Tolstoguzov did not specify the dates and cost of the project.