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Batagay solar station in Yakutia will be launched in July 2015 year

Today in the course of the briefing, the Minister of Housing and Communal Services and Energy of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Alexey Kolodeznikov said that by June 30, a solar power plant with the capacity of 2015 MW will be put into operation in Batagay settlement.

The station is built by OAO RAO Energy Systems of the East. The contract was taken by a French firm, with which a contract was signed for the amount of 156 million rubles. Until the end of July 2015, the station will be installed and will start working for the needs of the Batagays.

At the moment, equipment is being purchased abroad for the construction of the facility, which will be delivered to the Arctic village of Batagay by caravans. To the place of installation, the equipment will be delivered by autosimulators already in the near future.

The minister is confident that the commissioning of a new solar station will allow the republic to significantly reduce the cost of delivering fuel to the Arctic regions.

Recall that in the country there are already six solar power stations with the capacity of 10, 20 and 40 kW. “These small stations have proven their worth. Over 110 tons of diesel fuel have been saved this year ", - confirmed Kolodeznikov.

The station in Batagay will become the most powerful not only in the republic, but also in the Far East. At the same time, a similar project for a solar power plant for the village of Tiksi is currently under development.

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