The ISTC participated in the Renewable Energy 2012 Exhibition in Chiba, Japan.
The ISTC introduced five Russian projects/technologies in the Renewable Energy 2012 Exhibition that was held on 5-7 December, 2012 in Chiba, Japan. The Exhibition was organized by Japan Council for Renewable Energy.
Three days of active work in the Exhibition allowed to present the ISTC renewable energy projects to Japanese Partners. Practically all presented technologies aroused interest and questions. The ISTC booth attracted attention of those who were interested in new Russian technologies.
The project “Utilization of Photovoltaic Installations in Power Supply Systems” (project # 3974) is aiming at stabilization of energy supply generated by renewable energy source. This wasdeveloped within the framework of ISTC projects or under support of ISTC programs.
Other projects related to Biomass (“The Technology of Thermal Conversion of Biomass into Heat and Power” or “Torrefaction of Biomass as a Way to Produce Fuel with Improved Properties and Synthesis Gas”) and Aluminum-Water Generator (“Aluminum-Water Generators of Hydrogen and Power Sources with Hydrogen-air Fuel Cells”) were also presented at the ISTC Booth.
The organizer reported that more than 42,200 people visited the Exhibition in the site “Makuhari Messe” during the 3-day.
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