Installations that convert kinetic wind energy into electricity, including floating wind turbines, are large due to the low air density. The authors propose a sailing power plant that converts energy of the wind flow into energy of the water flow, which is used to generate electricity.
The article presents an interview of the journal “Environmantal Earth and Energy Study” deputy editor-in-chief K. Degtyarev with the senior researcher of Laboratory for Geo-ecology ot the Northern Territories at Geographical Faculty of Lomonosov Moscow State University, PhD Valery Fedorov.
From the legal point of view, the article examines the problems of the functioning of the system of competitive selection by the state of enterprises participating in the renewable energy market for the purpose of their subsequent inclusion in the scheme of renewable energy generating facilities and their right to receive state support.
The article presents an interview of the deputy editor-in-chief of the journal Environmental, Earth and Energy Study K. Degtyarev with a Doctor of Biological Sciences, Chief Researcher of the Center for Ecology and Forest Productivity of Russian Academy of Sciences Dmitry Zamolodchikov.
The work traces the history of urban settlements of the world as centers of attraction, processing and consumption of material flows in the context of changes in the functions of cities from the Neolithic to the present. There is carried out resource consumption by cities at the beginning of the XXI century, current trends and pressure on the global ecosystem
The article deals with current philosophical problems of the world order and the connection of energy and life in the surrounding world. Based on the use of a systematic approach to the study of the current problems of the modern world order, the author introduces the philosophical concept of “structural” energy as a characteristic of qualitative changes in the evolving system.
Dagestan is first in Russia in explored reserves of geothermal water and second after Kamchatka in their production. There are 141 geothermal wells drilled at 13 explored fields, of which 4 are operated with 48 wells.