TEEMP presented a number of specialized solutions that increase the self-containment and reliability of machines and equipment operating in extremely-low temperatures at the workshop conference “Innovative Approaches for the Integrated Development of Airfields and Airports of the Arctic Zone and the Northern Regions of Russia,” which was held at the Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University (MADI) on November 21.
Arseny Zamyatin, TEEMP Business Development Director, highlighted the relevance of using energy storage units based on supercapacitors in the air-travel infrastructure of the Russian North. Experience in the application of TEEMP solutions at temperatures up to −60°C, which can operate continuously in standalone mode for up to 10 years and guarantee engine start, was presented at the session “Energy Savings and Energy Security.” Separately, the application of TEEMP systems providing reliable power supply during power slumps and short-term power failures at critical infrastructure facilities in the Arctic was considered.
TEEMP, together with MADI, plans to design and develop new experimental modules for special equipment, as well as to conduct an expert study of the regulatory environment related to the requirements for fitting special-service equipment with modern energy-accumulation systems.
TEEMP LLC is the Russian energy storage and accumulation systems developer. TEEMP has been developing chemical current sources, including pulsed and energy supercapacitors, since 2011.