Apr 11

Director of the ATC Alexander Temeev gave a presentation at the conference HydroVision Russia (Moscow, 28-30 March 2011).

As part of its speech, Alexander reported on the topic of today’s world trends in the development of ocean wave energy conversion technologies and also informed the participants about the current stage of the ATC’ project, dedicated to the development and commercialization of the Float Wave Electric Power Station – a highly efficient, environmentally friendly marine waves energy converter into electricity. The studies demonstrate the high ability and suitability of the device to utilize wave energy, and suggest that the FWEPS is a very promising device to produce electricity.

The HydroVision Russia is a dedicated conference and exhibition for the hydroelectric power industry. It addresses the challenges, issues and advancements associated with hydro energy production, maintenance and technology. The HydroVision Russia enables hydropower professionals to share ideas, understand problems and develop practical solutions to meet the challenges facing the industry now and in the future. The 2011 event was supported by the Russian Ministry of Energy and RusHydro, Russia’s largest hydro-generating company. Together with Russia Power, HydroVision Russia attracted more than 5,000 high calibre attendees including Russian and international government energy departments, OGKs & TGKs, original equipment manufacturers, EPCs and industry consultants.

Link to the website HydroVision Russia-2011.