The release of the animated series ‘Quvvat’ (Energy) is in full swing in Uzbekistan. Uzbekneftegaz JSC initiated the production of the series meant for the younger audience of the country. The fourth episode of the film will help children learn more about nuclear power plants.
Today, the fact that without electricity it is impossible to imagine a life, children know, almost from birth. Barely starting to walk and already reaching the switch, they turn on the light and rejoicing the bright room. Every day a modern child uses electricity more and more consciously.
This means that it is interesting and important for our children to know where this miracle comes from comforting their homes. Talking about this, the heroes of Quvvat animated film, brother and sister Tohir and Zuhra, compare different sources of electricity production.
Zuhra told her younger brother that a nuclear power plant can produce a lot of electricity and is not as expensive as a thermal power plant. She is already a school student, and just writes a reference paper about nuclear power plants. After all, such a nuclear power plant will soon appear in Uzbekistan.
In addition, the brother and sister are lucky as they have friend - a robot named Quvvat, which knows the answers to all questions, especially on electricity. In the first episodes of the film, the robot told Tohir and Zuhra about the need to save electricity and gas. For this, it is important to switch off TV when no one watching it, turn off the gas when nothing cooked, and turn off the light when leaving the house.
As the TV viewers, the film heroes are growing up as well, and they are interested in where does this magical electricity come from, including learning about the nuclear power plant. Even for young Tohir and Zuhra, it is important that nuclear power plants are the most powerful source of electricity and at the same time harmless to nature, that is, eco-friendly. It is also important to know that, the regions with nuclear power plants consume less oil and gas to produce electricity.
‘Quvvat’ film, its heroes and their friends – a smart robot and naughty kitten Momiqvoi - interestingly tell young viewers about essential things, teach them to be attentive and learn more about how gas, electricity, heat appear in homes, what is natural resources and how to protect them. Now they have learned more about modern technologies on the example of a nuclear power plant.
The educating animated series Quvvat, production of which initiated by Uzbekneftegaz JSC, has already gone popular with children and their parents, helping them understand why it is important to conserve natural resources and why we need new technologies.
The animated film is available at the link: https://youtu.be/JlcJcb0dyq8 (in Russian) and https://youtu.be/q25_GXPXN2c (in Uzbek)
Uzbekneftegaz JSC press office