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Evgeny Dod reassigned as head of JSC RusHydro to July 1, 2019

The Board of Directors of JSC RusHydro extended the powers of the head of the company, Evgeny Doda, for another five years - until July 1, 2019.

"Evgeny Dod, judging by the results that RusHydro has shown in the last 2 years, is a very effective manager," said AForex analyst Narek Avakyan.

RusHydro said that the company intends to continue the implementation of all previously planned projects and programs. One of the priority projects is the construction of a hydroelectric power station, four new thermal power plants and a state district power station in the Far East.

The construction of the Nizhne-Bureyskaya HPP in the Amur Region, four new CHPPs and GRES in the Far East, construction of several HPPs in the North Caucasus, construction of the Verkhne-Naryn cascade of hydroelectric power stations in Kyrgyzstan will be continued.

Also, together with the Chinese company PowerChina, RusHydro plans to launch a project for the construction of small hydroelectric power plants in Russia: by 2020, it is planned to build thirty-five mini-hydroelectric power plants with a capacity of up to 25 MW, investments in the project will amount to $ 3,5 billion to $ 5 billion.

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