Moscow: Renewable Energy exhibition showcased in Renwex 2022



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Moscow (Russia), July 07, 2022, (ANI/ TV BRICS): Renwex 2022 renewable energy & electric transport exhibition and forum was organised in Moscow. The exhibition forum witnessed a total area of more than 5000 sq.m, where equipment and technologies for wind, hydro, geothermal, solar and bio energy was presented. Over 70 companies from Russia, Austria, china, France and Switzerland demonstrated advanced technologies. Russia was represented by companies from 14 regions. This exhibition season, the charging infrastructure and electric transport sector grew noticeably. The leading universities of the country also presented their work. They shared their developments in the field of green energy and alternative transport. This boat is a project of Moscow polytechnic university. Electric engine and solar panels. There are 5 of them. Total capacity is 500 watts.Such a boat can sail for 3 hours without stopping at a speed of 10-12 km/h. A startup from skolkovo has introduced solid oxide fuel cells in a tubular configuration. They run on gas – propane, butane and methane. The gas flows into the tubular fuel cells. This compact module is called a “socket in the field”. The “renewable energy and electric transportation” exhibition-forum was held under the auspices of the chamber of commerce & industry of the Russian federation. The platform showcased cutting-edge developments in renewable energy and electric transport sphere.(TS)

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