Creation of the International center of green technologies in Astana was supported by 86 countries
After completion of the Exposition on the basis of its infrastructure the International center of green technologies will be created. This initiative was supported by 86 countries and 15 international organizations, BNews.kz reported by the reference to the Personal account.
It became known on the 11th "International Economy and Policy in the Sphere of Environment Protection" conferences within the forum "Future Energy". The director of the department of intellectual property rights of the Ministry of Justice of Kazakhstan Natalya Pan in the performance has noted that the legislation of Kazakhstan undergoes changes for development and introduction of innovative developments in the sphere of RES.
"It becomes obvious that in the world consumption of traditional power sources, including gas will decrease therefore the role of renewable sources will increase. On this background there were changes in the legislation of Kazakhstan. So, the law on support of renewables is adopted, besides amendments to the acts directed to increase in competitiveness in this sector are entered. There is a development of the bill concerning regulation of greenhouse gases and ozone-depleting substances."
Kazakhstan has presented a number of the inventions and developments which have taken out patents at an exposition. According to Natalya Pan, since 2015 in the country the accelerated regime of examination of "green" applications on input of projects is introduced. Today 2593 "green" technologies are patented, from them 2/3 45% on division of firm particles of waste and 36% on processing of water and sewage are related to nature protection to technologies. 1/3 part is made by projects with renewables from which 33% wind turbines, 23% on obtaining heat and solar energy, 19% on nuclear physics and the nuclear equipment, 14,5% - semiconductor and electric devices.
We will remind, at the 70th session of General Assembly of the UN the president of Kazakhstan has suggested to open in Astana the International Center for development of green technologies and investment projects under the auspices of the UN in support of an initiative "Steady power for all".