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The production of wind generators is planned to be launched in Primorye by a Japanese company and FEFU
The Japanese company Winpro Global intends to launch in the Primorye Territory a joint production of wind turbines with Russia. She will submit a proposal for the launch of this project to the Japanese authorities in the near future.
Winpro Global and the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) signed an agreement on the creation of a joint production of wind turbines at the Fourth Eastern Economic Forum. To implement the project in Primorye, a plant will be built, whose products will be sold in Russia and other countries. For the speedy implementation of the project, FEFU plans to install ten street hybrid lamps using wind and solar energy and one installation of this wind generator on its territory by September 2019.
According to the press service of the Ministry of Eastern Development, the total budget of the project from technology development to the construction of the plant will be about five billion yen. A new type of vertical generators developed on the basis of modern Japanese technology. They are absolutely safe for the environment. The company will also produce products for small energy: five-kW vertical wind generators for home use, hybrid street lights using wind and solar energy, solar batteries and batteries.