Denmark presenting energy-saving techniques to Russia

Apr 21, 1998 02:00 AM

Denmark, which is seeking to build investment in Russia's energy sector, is to hold presentations of its energy-saving technologies in several cities in Central Russia.
"Danish companies are interested in expanding investment in energy-saving projects in Russia and advancing their technologies to the Russian market, " Alexei Mastepanov, who heads the energy-saving department of the Russian Fuel Ministry, told.

The Russian-Danish Institute for Energy Efficiency, founded in 1994 under the aegis of two fuel ministries, is the organiser. The institute has enrolled over 500 power engineers from more than 20 Russian regions since the founding.
According to Mastepanov, Danish energy-saving equipments producers are taking part in nearly 15 Russian projects aimed at saving heat and electric energy. Mastepanov said the refurbishment of Russia's heat-supply network, energy audits for industries, building wind-driven electric plants, and training energy-saving experts were the most important.
Annually there are about 10 joint Russian-Danish energy-saving projects in Russia.

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