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 in sustainable development area of Central Asia

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Best Practice: Introduction of autonomous renewable energy source in Natural Boundary Juuku

 

Brief description

Aim: reduction of anthropogenic pressure on the Juuku River ecosystem  through creating of alternative energy sources (2 mini HPSs), setting up a nursery of young poplar and willow trees as a fast growing  alternative to natural fuels (10 000 transplants), improvement of living standards and raising environmental awareness of local people.

 

Main results:

  1. 2 cascades of mini HPS with productive capacity of 44 kW/hr;

  2. Improved living standards of population: local people started to buy TV sets, radio, etc., use electric ovens and water heaters that has lightened work of housewives;

  3. Currently there is a tree nursery for restoring of cut trees  (11300 transplants of poplar);

 

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Best Practice:  Biogas Units on the Basis of   Mini-Livestock Unit of Farmers Association in Petrovka of Moscow District, Chui Oblast of the Kyrgyz Republic.

 

Brief description

Aim: introduction of   biogas technologies into practice to solve socio-economic and environmental problems. Including construction  and operation of biogas units to  produce inexpensive fuel for electric equipments and  machines (biogas) and ecologically clean and highly effective concentrated liquid fertilizers in farm holdings of theFarmer Association. This  helps reduce air pollution by limiting discharge of methane and greenhouse effect and creating ecologically clean and cheap electric energy source, and solve problems related to land degradation.

 

Main results:

1.       Construction and putting into operation of 4  biogas units;

2.      Training of specialists two shifting operators in charge of biogas units exploitation, certified by the Ministry of Environment and Emergency Situations of the Kyrgyz Republic;

3.      Saving on  fertilizers  525 000 soms annually, on  fuel - 237 600 soms per year (according to preliminary estimations).

 

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