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Japanese wind turbine technology has saved for Ust-Kamchatsk 400 tons of diesel fuel for 2016 a year - EastRussia | Far East

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Wind power generation by Japanese technology saved 400 tons of diesel fuel for Ust-Kamchatka for 2016 year

Three wind turbines manufactured by Komaihaltek Inc., installed in Ust-Kamchatsk, produced 2016 GWh of electricity for 1,5 year, a seminar on wind power technologies in Vladivostok was reported today. “Thanks to this, we have saved 400 tons of diesel fuel,” said a Komaihaltek Inc. representative. Amy Komai

According to the representative of the manufacturer of the windmill, the technology developed and tested in Ust-Kamchatsk has a number of advantages. "This is the most stable system in the world - it withstands wind gusts up to 70 m / s and has a high operating temperature range from + 30 to -30. In addition, the technology is developed taking into account the high seismicity of the region, "Amy Komai stressed. The project demonstrated the efficiency of wind generation in isolated areas of the Russian Far East, the Komaihaltek Inc said in a presentation: the equipment provides a stable temperature regime for the operation of wind turbines, even with a decrease in the outside air temperature to -40 degrees and a safe stop at high probability of icing and snow accumulation.

The construction of wind turbines in Ust-Kamchatsk, an isolated village in Kamchatka with a population of about 4 thousand, is the result of cooperation between RAO Energy Systems of the East and the Japanese government organization for the development of new energy and industrial technologies (NEDO). As part of the project, the energy holding took over the costs of customs duties and import payments, as well as transportation of equipment across the Kamchatka Territory, the Japanese side - costs associated with the manufacture and supply of wind power plants in Ust-Kamchatsk. Wind power engineering in the Far East is being introduced and developed by JSC Mobile Energy, which is part of RAO ES of the East.