Far Eastern Federal University

New "Solar" Catalyst to Treat Industrial Waste Water Cheap and Fast from NUST MISIS Scientists

MOSCOW, Dec. 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- A new "solar" catalyst based on molybdenum sulfide for water purification was developed by NUST MISIS scientists together with colleagues from FEFU, Fudan University (China) and Tokai University (Japan).

Key Points: 
  • MOSCOW, Dec. 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- A new "solar" catalyst based on molybdenum sulfide for water purification was developed by NUST MISIS scientists together with colleagues from FEFU, Fudan University (China) and Tokai University (Japan).
  • Therefore, scientists are faced with the task of minimizing the amount of harmful emissions, as well as developing effective methods for purifying water from these emissions.
  • Photocatalytic degradation by sunlight is a technology with minimal anthropogenic impact on the environment, as it uses only natural sunlight and a catalyst.
  • Therefore, with the use of non-toxic photocatalysts scientists can create a "green technology" for processing harmful emissions, similar to natural photosynthesis.

New "Solar" Catalyst to Treat Industrial Waste Water Cheap and Fast from NUST MISIS Scientists

MOSCOW, Dec. 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- A new "solar" catalyst based on molybdenum sulfide for water purification was developed by NUST MISIS scientists together with colleagues from FEFU, Fudan University (China) and Tokai University (Japan).

Key Points: 
  • MOSCOW, Dec. 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- A new "solar" catalyst based on molybdenum sulfide for water purification was developed by NUST MISIS scientists together with colleagues from FEFU, Fudan University (China) and Tokai University (Japan).
  • Therefore, scientists are faced with the task of minimizing the amount of harmful emissions, as well as developing effective methods for purifying water from these emissions.
  • Photocatalytic degradation by sunlight is a technology with minimal anthropogenic impact on the environment, as it uses only natural sunlight and a catalyst.
  • Therefore, with the use of non-toxic photocatalysts scientists can create a "green technology" for processing harmful emissions, similar to natural photosynthesis.

PJSC RusHydro: RusHydro Group announces 1H 2021 IFRS results

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RusHydro Group has entered into agreement with "Goal Number Seven", the Association of Energy Markets Participants that will certify RusHydro Group's generating facilities upon which issuance of green I-REC certificates will take place.

Key Points: 
  • RusHydro Group has entered into agreement with "Goal Number Seven", the Association of Energy Markets Participants that will certify RusHydro Group's generating facilities upon which issuance of green I-REC certificates will take place.
  • The certificates will acknowledge the origin of electricity that RusHydro Group produces from renewable energy sources.
  • RusHydro Group has signed an agreement with Transenergoprom to divest 100% share in JSC Chuvashskaya Electricity Sales Company.
  • ***** The Boguchanskaya hydropower plant is part of the Boguchanskiy Energy and Metals Complex (BEMO), a joint venture (JV) between RusHydro and UC RUSAL, and is not part of RusHydro Group.