Kazakh inventors develop green know-how technologies

Kazakh inventors develop green know-how technologies

Interest to “green technologies” is growing in Kazakhstan. Along with scientists, ordinary Kazakhs have started creating useful and eco-friendly devices. For instance, an engineer and a welder from Shymkent invented modules for processing cattle waste into biogas. The equipment for the project was assembled independently. According to the inventors, the methane produced at home, can be used as fuel for motor vehicles. Waste from the production is environmentally friendly bio-fertilizer, which increases the yield of crops several-fold.


27 cubic meters without reactor emitted in the environment, though slowly, but having effect, causing global warming, causing the ozone hole, and so on. Methane is by 28 times heavier than CO2, that is, carbon dioxide. And we recycle biomethane, burning it we fully neutralize it.

In the future, the modular system will generate more: biogas will be enough for the gasification of a small single-industry village. Now innovators develop a special online application that makes it possible to remotely control and monitor the work of the modules. If the project will receive the support, the production will gain momentum. Biogas performance is similar with foreign analogs, and the price is much cheaper, the inventors say.


 In the future, we are planning to provide not only gas, but power as well. Our goal is to make our installation affordable, so that it could be used in agriculture and in greenhouses. Cars can also be refilled with biogas.

The inventors from the remote village in southern Kazakhstan create improvised wind generators. The tractor-drivers from Maktaaral district developed the alternative energy source project. The uniqueness of the invention lies in its low-cost and practicality. The developers intend to present the know-how at the Expo.


We want to contribute in the Expo, to present our equipment. It can become essential in agriculture. The installation can supply electricity to geologists, farmers, cattle breeders. It does not require large investments and can be a good alternative to expensive electricity.

In four years, the inventors have drawn hundreds of schemes. The main element in the development is a core with six propellers mounted on the top and they rotate with the wind. The lower part of the device consists of three generators, where worked out electricity is accumulated. All the details are domestically produced. The invention yet has no analogues in Kazakhstan. The developers have already patented their own know-how.