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Russian-Japanese production of wind generators is being created in Primorye
FEFU and the Japanese company Winpro Global will start production of wind generators in Primorsky Krai. The parties agreed on this at the VEF-2018, which was held in Vladivostok 11-13 September. The cost of the project from the stage of development of technology to the construction of the plant is estimated at 5 billion yen (about 3,5 billion rubles).
As the press service of Minsk region informs, at the first stage the possibility of using the power equipment of the Japanese company in the conditions of the Russian climate will be explored. For this purpose, ten street lamps with the use of wind and solar energy, as well as a wind turbine with 50 kW with fixed blades, will be installed on the territory of the FEFU.
After that, it is planned to arrange the production of wind generators in the Primorsky Territory. The partners intend to develop the technology and develop wind generators with adjustable pitch of the blades. For the production of new models in Primorye, a plant will be built, including the production of small power equipment - vertical wind generators for 5 kW for home use, hybrid street lights, solar batteries and batteries.