The State Duma was opened an exhibition of products of companies “Rosnano” and nanocenters of the Fund of infrastructure and educational programs.
In the State Duma on November 9, an exhibition of sample products portfolio companies “Rosnano” and nanocenters Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs (The Fund of infrastructure and educational programs) “Nano in the scale industry.” The opening ceremony was attended by Chairman of the State Duma Sergei Naryshkin and Chairman of the UK “Rosnano” Anatoly Chubais.
“The main task, which was put before us by president in 2007 – the creation of the Russian nanotechnology industry, – said opening the exhibition, the head of the management company RUSNANO Anatoly Chubais. – Time has passed. Today it is represented by a number of our products enterprises, but only built 65 plants that did not exist previously. Today, at the exhibition, you can see it. ”
The company “Hevel” introduced photovoltaic modules created in the scientific and technical center in R&D Center. Unique domestic development combines the best qualities of the thin-film and crystalline silicon technologies. The efficiency of solar panels of the new generation reached 24.7% with an average of the world market of about 16%.
“Hevel” – launched in the village Buribay Khaybullinsky District Bashkortostan Buribaevskoy the first solar power plant (SPP) of 10 MW. The command to run the station through teleconference from the site forum “Open Innovation” were gave by the Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak, director of development of high-tech assets of “Renova” Mikhail Lifshitz and Chairman of the Board “RUSNANO” Anatoly Chubais.
Total power Buribaevskoy station after entering the second stage will be equal to 20 MW. Investments “Hevel” in the construction of the first phase amounted to more than 1 billion rubles. The general contractor LLC “Avelar Solar Technology”, part of the “Hevel”.
88,000 solar modules installed on the station, were produced by Novocheboksarskiy plant, which was opened in February 2015. More than 70% of the components for the station were produced on the territory of Russia.
Buribaevskaya SPP was the first of the seven stations that “Hevel” plans to build in Bashkortostan in the coming years. The total capacity of all future SES in the region will be 59 MW, and the investment is estimated at more than 6 billion rubles.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev visited the plant for the production of solar modules “Hevel”, where he got acquainted with the full cycle of solar electric panels production. A map of Russia was shown to Prime Minister where it is planned to place the solar power generation projects using the products of the plant. At present the plant to produce solar panels uses imported glass, as well as French industrial gases. Medvedev was assured that measures are taken to replace the import of these components. Production of the plant is used for the construction of solar power plants in remote areas where the using of self-contained diesel-solar power plants are more efficiently.
Solar cells are made according to this technology, capable to generate electricity even in cloudy weather, which is especially important in the Russian context.
Meeting of the Presidium of the Presidential Council for economic modernization and innovative development on site of “Hevel”
”Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev held the meeting of the Presidium of the Presidential Council for economic modernization and innovative development, devoted to regulation of exclusive rights turnover, on one of the largest industrial enterprises of the “new economy” – on site of “Hevel” (Novocheboksarsk, Chuvashia) – “We are here to discuss the issue, which is related to any innovation, namely the regulation of the intellectual results, management of intellectual property”. Also during the meeting the adjacent and almost technical topics were discussed: protection of technological innovation, “Industry” and intellectual property, turnover regulation of inventions, utility models, technological innovation. In the field of technical and legal characteristics, Russia has more exclusive rights than other market sectors. Turnover of the rights in this area is hampered by its historical closeness, largely – affiliation with the military-industrial complex. It is necessary to empower the budget and autonomous institutions for disposal of intellectual property. Estimated tax benefit from the emergence of industries based on the protected technology, are obviously higher than the potential earnings from the state licensing.