Yaroslavl ‘Engineering Summit


06.09.2012

At a conference in Yaroslavl came leading Russian and world manufacturers of engines, generators and pumps.
The conference was originally conceived as a platform for communication — after all it was held for the first time. Communicate with each other, perhaps the key industry participants completing stationary power plants. Foreign visitors — among them, with more than 50 delegates. The world market of motors, generators, pumps — it is their competence. Our region — one of the centers of engineering, we have new companies within the industry. 

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The world market of motors, generators, pumps — it is their competence. Our region — one of the centers of engineering, we have new companies within the industry. Its development is, by the way, is closely associated with the development and other industrial areas in the region — namely energy. 
Andrew Loukashov, deputy director of the Department of Energy and rate regulation of the Yaroslavl region: "In the subroutine implemented small and medium-cogeneration, and relatively speaking, here's these events are working to ensure that not only the machinery developed, but also very different energy evolved infrastructure: it is becoming more flexible, more affordable energy for consumers and ultimately more reliable. " 
Industrial machinery this year are going to make about two thousand and diesel power plants of various capacities, was made at the conference. That is, in this area as they are able to cooperate with the regional government. And since it is a private business, then it comes to attracting investments into the economy of the region.
Andrew Loukashov: "Until recently, the main market of the company — it was the other territory. But now we are in contact, we begin to work through these issues so that they find their appropriate use in the Yaroslavl region, to improve the availability and quality of energy infrastructure and the development of the whole of our region. 

 

 

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