Central regions | Technology & innovation | Energy, utilities

Skolkovo resident to develop new composite products for energy

10 Dec '12
Moselektro, a Moscow-based energy company, and Compozit Elektro, a subsidiary of Russia’s largest nanotech company, Rusnano, and a resident of the Skolkovo innovation hub outside Moscow, have inked an agreement aimed at developing and commercializing innovation composite materials for the electrical energy sector, online news agency INFOLine reports.

In the deal, Moselektro is the customer of new R&D products.

Under plans, Compozit Elektro is expected to develop electrical current distributors and busbars for a medium and low voltage range (0.4-35kV) for electrical energy companies, using nanostructured composite materials. The partners will also engage in developing and commercializing turn-key solutions based on the new materials.

According to Denis Surovtsev, the CEO of Moselektro, his company expects to “get more cost-effective and advanced polymer composite based products for our customers that include electrical energy entities, oil and gas companies, transport companies and other sizable industrial corporations in Russia, Germany, China, Finland, and the CIS countries.”
Publish in Twitter
Write to Facebook
Google Buzz
Write to LiveJournal
Show in MM
Share MK
COMMENT ON THIS STORY
Find Related Content
 

Feature stories

7 Sep '17
26 Jul '17
Scientists at Tomsk Polytechnic (TPU) in Siberia have...
20 Jun '17
In regions most of European Russians will hardly ever...
Search (News archive - 21159)
Advertising
Marchmont News
Advertising
Nano & Giga Symposium

Latest News

22 Sep '17
Super-hard and durable glass ceramics is being...
21 Sep '17
Ruselectronics, a large state-owned electronics...
20 Sep '17
Three major Russian institutions—the Far East...

Most read stories from last week

22 Sep '17
Super-hard and durable glass ceramics is being...
19 Sep '17
Scientists in St. Petersburg have partnered with...
20 Sep '17
Three major Russian institutions—the Far East...