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In Kamchatka there will be 900 kW wind generation to 2015 year
In the villages of Manila, Pakhachi and Ust-Khayryuzovo in Kamchatka, delivery and installation of specialized wind measuring complexes is being carried out, the press service of the regional administration said.
The work is carried out by RAO Energy Systems of the East and its subsidiary Mobile Energy OJSC within the framework of the project “Provision of Power Supply to Isolated Areas of the Kamchatka Territory Based on Renewable Energy Sources”. According to the Minister of Housing and Utilities and Energy of the Kamchatka Territory Viktor Murzintsev, the project will save about 400 million rubles on fuel. in year.
“A large wind farm construction project is being implemented in Ust-Kamchatka. In accordance with the agreement concluded between the Government of the Kamchatka Territory, JSC RAO Energy Systems of the East, NEDO, MITSUI and KOMAI (Japan) on the construction of a wind power plant in Ust-Kamchatsk, this year, the installation of two wind turbines will be completed. In the first half of 2015, a third installation will be installed, ”said Oleg Barsukov, deputy general director of Mobile Energy.
After that, adjustment of the interaction of the wind generation system with the village energy system will begin. It is planned that the windmills will be commissioned at the end of 2015. Their total power will be 900 kW. In the long term, the wind farm will be able to produce up to 3 MW of electrical power.
Within the framework of the program, two geothermal power plants have already been commissioned at the Mutnovskoye steam hydrotherm field, four hydroelectric power plants in Ust-Bolsheretsky and Bystrinsky districts, a wind power plant in the Aleutsky district, the Sobolevo - Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky gas pipeline, the Kamchatka CHPP-1 and CHPP-2 were transferred to gas.