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In the Far East, 8 GW of new capacity can be introduced up to 2025 year

Alexei Kaplun, Deputy General Director for Strategy and Investments at RAO Energy Systems of the East, said during a meeting of the Primorsky Territory Administration and representatives of the Federal Tariff Service that 2025 GW of new energy capacities could be introduced in the Far Eastern Federal District by 8, Rossiyskaya Gazeta writes.

Kaplun commented that in order to maintain the power system in its current state, it is necessary to introduce an order of 4,1 GW, 2,7 of which should replace the existing ones. In addition, along with regional development projects, some more 4 GW of new capacity may be required.

According to RAO ES of the East, only for the introduction of replacement capacity in the Far East, more than 650 billion rubles are needed, of which about 440 billion are for thermal generation facilities.

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