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The Chinese have proposed to build a wind farm in Yakutia

At yesterday's meeting of the First Deputy Minister of Housing and Utilities and Energy of the Republic Gavril Levin, the management of RAO Energy Systems of the East and JSC Yakutskenergo with representatives of the State Electricity Grid Corporation (GEC) of China, Mr. I Lidun announced plans to build a wind farm in the coastal regions of Yakutia, the press reports -center of the Ministry of Housing and Communal Services of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).

“Russia is rich in wind resources. On the coast of the Arctic, according to preliminary studies, the wind speed reaches 5-13 meters per second, and wind farms in this region are capable of operating about 4000 hours a year, said Yi Lidun. - This is great potential. Our specialists are planning to travel to the coastal regions of Yakutia for research. In May, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the GEC of China, Mr. Liu Zhen, will attend the GSEP (Global Energy Partnership) summit in Moscow, during which he plans to discuss with the Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation Alexander Novak the issue of joint development of wind energy resources in the Arctic regions.

Also, the representative of China's GEC noted that if the projects are implemented, they will greatly benefit the local economy.

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