How to make money out of thin air

Wind in Kalmykia will no longer be free to blow.Head of the Republic Kirsan Ilyumzhinov told television channel Russia online.Ru, how to make money out of thin air.By the fall in the Kalmyk steppes will be dozens of wind farms, which will convert wind energy into electricity.Wind in Kalmykia will no longer be free to blow.Head of the Republic Kirsan Ilyumzhinov told television channel Russia online.Ru, how to make money out of thin air.By the fall in the Kalmyk steppes will be dozens of wind farms, which will convert wind energy into electricity.

Before you make a decision on the construction of wind turbines, Czech and Swiss companies about a year studying the potential of Kalmykia.

"And what is most interesting, - says head of Kalmykia, Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, - in Spain, in Germany, in Holland, in the United States - everywhere a lot of power, and that experts of the company say we when we give conclusion to the banks if the efficiency of the windpower of 25% per year, then the project is considered co

st-effective And here in Kalmykia they thought -. 68% efficiency, almost 3 times as much. "

This is still the republic remained the only region in the south of Russia, not having their own production facilities.Electricity had to be bought from the neighbors at inflated prices that hindered the development of local industry.

"We Kalmykia say:" The wind blows twice a year, half a year to one side and the floor at the other side "We want to put about 300 power plants, each with a capacity of 3 MW We produce about 1,000 MW, and now.the need of the republic about 300 MW, the remaining 700 MW will be exported and is now in Kalmykia say, when the wind is blowing:. "free blowing" - laughing head of the republic.

Do not forget to Kirsan Ilyumzhinov and the aesthetic side of the issue.On the blades of wind turbines it is planned to establish a multi-colored LEDs and floodlights to illuminate them from below.

When it gets dark, the bright lights in the open steppe will produce a magical impression.And local businesses are already discussing the idea of ​​making the steppe restaurant with views of the wind turbines.