Energy-saving and environmentally compatible solar, hydrogen, and gas-turbine technologies
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The use of solar, hydrogen, and gas turbine power plants in various fields of the national economy, including major thermal power stations, independent power-supply systems of different facilities, and automotive industry, is considered.
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