Russian-Swedish seminar on bioenergy

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During cartoon porn videos the period from February 29 until March 3, 2012, Russian delegation headed by the Russian Energy Agency traveled to Sweden to participate in a seminar devoted to Russian-Swedish cooperation on bionenergy and to visit Swedish Institute of Agricultural and Environmental Engineering, as well as an existing Kungsäng garden biogas plant and a new biogas plant at Lövsta.

The diflucan online participants of the seminar discussed national strategies and programmes for bioenergy development, studied the latest changes and opportunities in the Russian legislation within Energy efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources, identified the potential for bioenergy projects in Russia and possible financing instruments for the demonstrations projects, arranged a Road-show of the Russian bioenergy projects in different regions.

The celebrity porn tapes Partner of R-Energo Ragnar Ottosen spoke at the seminar with a presentation of R-Energo Program of construction of biogas electric power plants basing on manure at the North-West of Russia and described the potential of biogas development in the region, with special focus on the advantages of the project in regard to the Baltic sea protection against anthropogenic contamination.

By gay sex the results of the seminar, the participants underlined a significant potential of bioenergy development and the opportunities of Russian-Swedish cooperation in the field.

* celeb sex tapes Sweden occupies one the leading positions in the world concerning the development of biogas energy sector. In 2011 the Council on agriculture acknowledged Uppsala biogas unit above as an exemplary plant for the whole Sweden. Kungsäng garden biogas plant is permitted to utilize 50 000 tons of manure, slaughter and communal waste. In 2008 the unit recycled up to 7 000 tons of organic waste (food and communal waste). As a result, approximately 16 500 tons of biological fertilizers have been supplied to agricultural enterprises, 8 000 MWh of electricity has been generated, where 85% was used for transport needs.