Russia's first ATM machine, solar power will be installed in Tuva, reports East-Siberian Bank of Sberbank.
As explained to RIA Novosti on the bank, a unique self-service mobile office will be in the Tuva "Valley of Kings" in the international camp archaeological and geographical expedition "Kyzyl-Kuragino", organized by the Russian Geographical Society (RGS).
RGS expedition "Kyzyl — Kuragino" — one of the largest archaeological projects in Russia, aimed at studying and saving the ancient monuments in the area of construction of railway line Kyzyl — Kuragino, which connects the capital of Tuva, Kyzyl with Kuraginsky transportation hub in the Krasnoyarsk region. The expedition started in 2011, for four years. For one season in the excavation involved 600 volunteers from different countries.
Mobile Office with 16 cumulative solar panels delivered to Kyzyl. In the coming days, he will be transported to the location of the archaeological camp and installed there. It is expected that as we move the expedition to the north along the railway line of the future office will be moved with the archaeologists.
"According to our information, experience installing similar mobile banking offices, working from the energy of the sun, Russia was not. Need to use a standalone power source due to the specifics of the archaeologists — from organizing a permanent power supply is not present. The camp runs diesel generator, but only for hours "- said Sberbank.
Now the expedition through a mobile office with an energy source will not only have access to banking services, but also be able to pay for mobile communication, Internet and to make other payments.