Sunday, October 24, 2010

Japan Offers To Build A Hydrogen Plant in Sakhalin

The plant will work on wind power
VLADIVOSTOK, October 21, The first Sakhalin Area deputy Prime Minister Sergey SHEREDKIN had a meeting with Mr. Sengiti SIAMOTO, the President of the International wind hydrogen Inc., Japan, as the Sakhalin Area Administration press service reported to RIA PrimaMedia. They discussed the construction of a hydrogen wind-power plant.

The Japanese company has actively promoted this project. The parties agreed on the necessity of the investment project and stated that economic rationale will be completed during 2010’2012.
The representatives of several area ministries also took part in the meeting (Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Protection, Ministry of Economic Development, Ministry of Power Supply and Housing). The Japanese party was represented by the Research Institute of the North-Eastern Asia Economy and Institute of New Power, Tokyo University. Read more here.

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