"Mobile Energy" engineers receive practical training in Japan
A group of technical specialists from PJSC «Mobile Energy», involved in renewable energy operations, is scheduled to receive internship on the production facilities of Komaihaltec and Fuji Electric. The training program is aimed at expanding their knowledge and skills in the field of wind energy and maintenance of equipment produced by Japanese companies.
The nine-day internship program consists of training and workshops on the main units and systems of wind turbines and micro-grid installed in Ust-Kamchatsk. The engineers of the company together with their counterparts from Japanese companies will share best practices of operating WPPs based on the KWT300 wind turbine. In the course of peer learning, both parties will try to identify the algorithms, operations, and hardware that require further improvement. Specialists will also work out emergency response procedures.
"The project will improve cooperation between our companies. Efficient and direct communications between the Komaihaltec engineers involved in the development of equipment and the specialists from "Mobile Energy" responsible for WPP operations will help us jointly create a reliable energy system for isolated communities of the Far East. Our long-term goal is to increase a team of highly qualified professionals, who are able to solve the most difficult energy supply tasks, "says Yury Mirchevsky, CEO of " Mobile Energy ".
The wind power facility in the village of Ust-Kamchatsk consists of three 300kW wind turbines produced by Komaihaltec. It was commissioned in 4Q2015. The project was implemented by NEDO in cooperation with RusHydro and the Government of the Kamchatka Krai. PJSC "Mobile Energy" - a subsidiary of the "RAO Energy Systems of the East" (part of the RusHydro group) - acted as the operator of the project.