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The Ministry of Eastern Development estimated the demand for equipment in the Far East and the Arctic at 2 trillion rubles – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Date: May 26, 2024 Time: 06:41:49

There is a demand for domestic technologies and developers are bringing new solutions to the market.

“We believe that today in the Far East and the Arctic the volume of private investment under agreements exceeds 8 trillion rubles, more than 3.5 thousand projects are being implemented. According to our corporation’s estimates, the demand for technology, machinery and equipment of Only residents in preferential regimes now amount to more than two trillion rubles, “said Bobrakov at the session “Advanced Russian technologies to ensure technological sovereignty and development of the Far East and the Arctic.”

Currently, an active substitution of Western technologies is taking place, the deputy minister noted. According to him, compared to 2021, when more than half of the inhabitants of priority development zones and in general more than half of the country’s campaigns were oriented towards the West, now this figure is less than 10 percent for various reasons. reasons.

These are enormous opportunities, Bobrakov stressed. “There is a demand for technologies in aviation, for fixed assets in fisheries – this is shipbuilding, ship repair and, of course, petrochemicals – this is the future of the Far East,” he said.

According to Alexey Likhachev, general director of the state corporation Rosatom, several modern technologies are being implemented in the Far East and the Arctic. Among them are a small nuclear power plant in the city of Bilibino and the floating nuclear power plant “Akademik Lomonosov”. This is the only station of its kind in the world. There is now an order for four similar floating stations, which is being executed in cooperation with Chinese partners, Likhachev noted.

“According to the most conservative estimates, we see the need for floating nuclear power units on the territory of the Northern Sea Route, in the Arctic and in the Far East; up to 15 units in the next 10-15 years,” said the head of Rosatom. He stressed that in the world there is a demand for these technologies, which can be reproduced dozens of times. “Compared to our closest competitors, we are 10 to 12 years behind,” he added.

“Under political pressure, some of our partners suspend cooperation, while others, on the contrary, understand that the only way to combat restrictions is to develop cooperation. The pressure rather forces us and many of our partners to run even faster than it slows down development.” ”Likhachev summarized.

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