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The project of the world's largest thermal power plant in the Far Eastern Federal District is estimated at 15 billion dollars

According to the General Director of the State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC) Shu Yinbyo, the project to develop the Erkovets coal deposit in the Amur Region, carried out jointly with Inter RAO, is estimated at 15 billion dollars.

The head of the Chinese company said that this amount involves financing all three parts of the project: coal production, which may amount to 35 million tons per year, the construction of an 8 GW power plant and transmission lines to supply electricity from this field to China with the volume of 30-50 billion kilowatt- hours per year. At the moment, the terms of cooperation are being agreed upon.

Earlier, Inter RAO's subsidiary Vostochnaya Energy Company signed an agreement with SGCC on the design of the world's largest thermal power plant that will use coal from the Yerkovets open pit mine.

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