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How Much Energy Do We Spend?
1.11.2008 15:30
How Much Energy Do We Spend?

Russian and Chinese engineers plan a joint project on developing automated systems for controlling energy consumption.
      Russia and China have already announced intentions to cooperate in energy saving, cutting hazardous emissions and nanotechnologies. Now scientists from both countries established an industrial cooperation on development and production of high-tech automated systems for complex control of energy resources via wireless technologies.
      More joint projects are waiting to be started: glass factory in Tomsk Region, network of industrial parks in Russia, joint venture in radioelectronics and telecommunication facilities and etc.
      Source: Science & Technologies


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