In general, the expert group of the Ministry of Energy selected 105 foreign and 28 domestic technologies presented at the Expo-2017. Akimats reviewed and selected 40 technologies for implementation, national companies — 15.
"Projects that at this stage of development of our economy can be useful in order to make life cleaner, more efficient, more economical, reduce utility costs — they are in demand and should be applied, these are advanced technologies that exist in the world today," said Kanat Bozumbayev, responding to a question about the benefits of projects being implemented.
As examples, the Minister of Energy named technologies for wastewater treatment, smart grids, use of RES in enterprises, storage and processing of solid household waste, creation of geocells, etc.
"We are talking about projects that can be practically applied by local executive bodies and national companies in the sectors that they supervise," the Minister of Energy explained.
Kanat Bozumbayev noted that some of Kazakhstan's technologies were included in the list of selected for introduction into production. It should be noted that foreign companies also express their interest in using Kazakhstan's developments. One of these projects concerns the popular business line of ‘currency mining’ (the search of crypto-currency), in which servers are used.
BitFury, which develops software and hardware for operations in the crypto currency market, has become interested in the project of the Kazakhstani scientist on heat recovery in large computers.
"In large servers, where a lot of heat is lost, there are air conditioning systems. That is, it is necessary to utilize this heat. One of our scientists resolved the issue and BitFury (one of the leaders of the world market for the mining business) became interested in his project and now they are conducting negotiations," the minister said.
The Minister noted that the implementation of the project will be carried out in the next two to three years.
"This process is continuous. We think that the technologies will change quantitatively and expand," Kanat Bozumbayev said.
Aktobe region — wind power plants (Germany), renewable energy technology, solar batteries (Monaco), biofuel production using anaerobic processes (Israel), use of alternative energy, installation of solar batteries (USA), development of energy and non-waste production (Finland).
Kostanay region — energy and gas production, gas analyzer and turbo unit Siemens (Germany), installation of Bolotov wind rotor turbine (Kazakhstan), solar batteries (Germany).
Almaty region — Zhejiang Power Corporation (China), Smart Grids (Germany), hydrothermal deep geothermy (Germany).
Mangistau region — construction of a combined-cycle plant with a capacity of 250 MW at the site of MAEK-Kazatomprom LLP (Germany).
Kyzylorda region — a mobile sewage treatment plant from Econet (Finland), Polarsol energy conservation system (Finland), environmentally friendly charging of batteries with bags and backpacks with built-in solar modules from SunnyBAG (Austria).
SKR — solar panels in medicine (Canada), energy saving and environmental protection in advanced technologies in the field of heating equipment (Germany), graphite lamps (England), Syneko technology (Ukraine).
Akmola region — an autonomous and network production of green energy on the basis of innovative design of a small-head mini hydro power plant with a straight-through hydro turbine at facilities (Kazakhstan), Smart Grids (Germany), wind power plants (Germany).
Pavlodar region — a development for the use of pedestrian slabs for power generation (Great Britain).
EKR — construction of an in-dwelling mini-hydropower plant Irtysh-Vostok with a capacity of 300 kW (Kazakhstan).
WKR — modernization of the existing turbine unit (station No.1) of CHPP of Zhayikteploenergo JSC (USA, General Electric).
NKR — construction of biogas plant (Russia), installation of autonomous stations for free charging for mobile phones in Petropavlovsk (China), installation of boilers on biomass (Poland, Germany).
Zhambyl region — graphite lamps (England).
NAC "KazAtomProm" — energy saving system Polarsol (Finland), construction of a wind power station (the Netherlands), Kuntech solar collector (Kazakhstan).
JSC "EmbaMunaiGas" — energy-saving installation Turbosphere (Belarus).
JSC "KEGOK" — a centralized system of emergency control (Russia), an automated frequency and power control system (Russia), a pilot project WAMS (Germany).
JSC "KazTransOil" — energy-saving Eko capsule (Slovakia), mobile solar power plant Sundrops (Austria).