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Indian company is interested in implementing projects in Kamchatka

The Indian company "Tata Power" has begun to study the investment potential of the Kamchatka Territory.

According to Nikolai Pegin, General Director of the Kamchatka Development Corporation, the Kamchatka Krai is also interested in the arrival of large investors.

"In Kamchatka, an attractive industry for investments," Tata Power "sees geological exploration and geological exploration. In particular, the company is interested in exploration and further development of coal deposits for energy needs. Preliminary research "Tata Power" showed significant coal reserves in the peninsula ", - quotes the press service of N.Pegin.

Tata Power is the largest privately owned power generation company in India. Electricity is supplied by a company in India, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, Georgia, Turkey, Australia. Power production today is more than 8500 megawatts, the planned capacity by 2020 will be 25000 megawatts.

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