Energy-saving technology from the Czech Republic was presented to representatives of the Sverdlovsk region Thursday during a Ural Exhibition seminar, Innovations in Energy Saving.
Among the presentations was an overview of how the Czech Republic manages its power expenditures and how others could do so, as well. Cascade boiler rooms and LED street-lighting technology were showcased as more-efficient lighting and heating systems.
There were also presentations on biological research being conducted at stations of FARMTEC, a company that specializes in agricultural-production equipment and systems. Attendees also discussed how to use household and municipal waste as reliable materials in energy production, as well as the use of small and average-sized, water-based power plants, which were cited among the least-expensive ways to produce electricity.
Those in attendance included representatives of foreign corporations that specialize in the production of sustainable energy, along with energy representatives from the Sverdlovsk region.