Alexey Chekunkov visited the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) and became acquainted with promising scientific and applied developments for the Far East and the Arctic
Cooperation agreements were signed between MIPT and the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, as well as between MIPT and the Far East Development Corporation (FEDC).5 April 2022
Aleksey Chekunkov, head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, visited the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. The Minister got acquainted with the scientific and applied developments of the university.
Among them are hardware and software complexes of ice reconnaissance that allow transmitting data on ice conditions in real time; hybrid power complexes for remote settlements that use various types of generation, including hydrogen energy; innovations in the field of geological exploration, telecommunications and communication. The creation of the world's first carbon-free autonomous hydrogen-powered scientific and educational complex, the Snezhinka International Arctic Station, was discussed.
Cooperation agreements were signed between MIPT and the Russian Ministry of Far East Development, as well as between MIPT and the Far East Development Corporation (FEDC).
'The Far East and the Arctic are areas of extreme climatic conditions. Cooperation with MIPT, one of the leaders in creating world-class technologies, is strategically important. The Snezhinka Arctic Station, technologies, associated with sustainable development, energy supply of remote hard-to-reach areas seem promising and crucial for our country's Far East and Northern regions,' commented the head of the Ministry of Eastern Development of Russia on the signed documents.