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Not a single atom: Russia is eager for "green energy"

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The first major wind farm in the country is being built in Russia. At the moment, half of the 145 wind turbines have already been installed. There are plans to build six more such industrial wind farms. Strangely enough, the project is managed by Rosatom, which in the future plans to organize the export of wind turbines abroad.


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  1. ImPerts
    ImPerts 4 December 2017 08: 35
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    I propose not to believe that Rosatom is adding nuclear reactors to these wind turbines. State doping in green energy.
    1. svp67
      svp67 4 December 2017 09: 18
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      Quote: ImPerts
      I propose not to believe that Rosatom is adding nuclear reactors to these wind turbines. State doping in green energy.

      Quiet .... Why issue the Sovereign Secret. These "vetrodui" are working on RUTHENIA ....
      1. ImPerts
        ImPerts 4 December 2017 09: 57
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        Quote: svp67
        Quiet .... Why issue the Sovereign Secret.

        Looking at Rodchenko and his tricks with the anti-doping committee, everything can be done as a sovereign secret, even the phrase: “But do not give us a cocktail ?!”hi
  2. Gardamir
    Gardamir 4 December 2017 08: 46
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    And is there very strong winds in the Ulyanovsk region or just decided to master the dengue?
  3. VRV In
    VRV In 4 December 2017 08: 52
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    Quote: Gardamir
    And is there very strong winds in the Ulyanovsk region or just decided to master the dengue?

    Strong winds for chickenpox harm. It is necessary to look at the number of windy days.
    1. Gardamir
      Gardamir 4 December 2017 08: 58
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      number of windy days.
      You're right. But I repeat my question, is the Ulyanovsk region the most windy?
    2. andj61
      andj61 4 December 2017 09: 25
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      Quote: VRV At
      Quote: Gardamir
      And is there very strong winds in the Ulyanovsk region or just decided to master the dengue?

      Strong winds for chickenpox harm. It is necessary to look at the number of windy days.

      For chickenpox, both strong and weak winds are bad. There is another question - and who said that chickenpox is environmentally friendly? Large blades are dangerous for birds, the hum of turbines and blades operating - sound "pollution" of the area (in many European countries the sound from wind farms was limited to 45 dB during the day and 35 dB at night - and the power of a separate installation decreased significantly), and the output is weak - you need to set filters, stabilizers, etc. The cost of such electricity is several times higher than that of any thermal power plant, not to mention nuclear, hydro and thermal stations. Virtually no one would have applied without state funding and support for a wind farm, only in hard-to-reach areas where other sources of energy are not available. In practice, this is a business only for those who produce these wind farms. hi
      1. inkass_98
        inkass_98 4 December 2017 09: 56
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        I agree. These "green" technologies are so expensive that in no country in the world can they do without large subsidies from the state. But places take up much more than stations using traditional energy sources.
        1. gridasov
          gridasov 4 December 2017 12: 05
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          The funniest and most depressing thing is that a simple and new device was invented that creates a completely new quality of airflow (or water) conversion that is not afraid of critical speeds and is not able to collapse at maximum wind or water speeds. At the same time, it is completely silent and can even use convection flows at the lower speed limit. Already with external distribution parts, this device can perceive water and air flows over the entire azimuth of space, while remaining motionless. The device uses a physical process that is completely not used now by the screws or blades of other devices. and at the same time everyone knows this effect. This has been said for several years and few people are interested in such fundamental solutions. It remains only to observe the development of these so-called. green power engineers.
  4. zxc15682
    zxc15682 4 December 2017 09: 24
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    For Russia, it is easier to build 1 nuclear power plant than 10000 wind turbines and then service them. am
    1. In100gram
      In100gram 4 December 2017 20: 37
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      Quote: zxc15682
      For Russia, it is easier to build 1 nuclear power plant than 10000 wind turbines and then serve them

      Especially at fast neutrons. Fuel is almost nothing. Waste.
  5. Vladimir Smirnov_3
    Vladimir Smirnov_3 4 December 2017 22: 48
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    What can I say here - the energized energy is good, no one argues. But nevertheless, she could not compete with atomic generation. But complementing each other is a great option! And it is not in vain that Rosatom is harnessing this direction, especially since the capacities and competencies allow it.
  6. M. Michelson
    M. Michelson 5 December 2017 04: 39
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    Actually, in the North, wind turbines that store energy in hydrogen would be promising (especially if there was both wind and water). But they are building in the North, it seems?
    1. max702
      max702 26 December 2017 11: 33
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      Something to build in the north is very expensive .. everything is consumed by logistics .. I worked for the Power of Siberia just in logistics, the delivery costs of any goods and materials are just huge, just like in a proverb overseas hen half, yes, the ruble is transported ...
  7. kig
    kig 26 December 2017 11: 30
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    You add then that Rosatom took up this business not on its own, but together with a Dutch company, which is not even one of the ten largest manufacturers of wind turbines. Wind power is a very expensive and poorly paid business, and the cost of such energy is several times higher than that generated by a conventional thermal power plant. Not to mention hydro. Moreover, manufacturers of windmills do not boast about how much energy their turbines generated, but their installed capacity. Meanwhile, the average electricity generated per year is much lower than it could be based on installed capacity. Why? Yes, it’s very simple - the wind does not blow 24/365. Here we have the most wind-driven areas located in the north, where no one lives. Another thing is if there is no alternative. For example, the Commander Islands - a windmill was brought there several years ago and the inhabitants are happy, they don’t care how much it costs.