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"RAO ES of the East" and Japanese NEDO plan to install wind power complexes in Kamchatka

Today the Kamchatka authorities, the energy company RAO ES of the East and the Japanese government organization for the development of new energy and industrial technologies NEDO signed a memorandum of understanding according to which Japanese wind power complexes will be installed in Kamchatka, the regional government said.

"On Tuesday, a memorandum of understanding was signed, which provides for the construction in the Ust-Kamchatka region of the region, isolated from the central energy system, a wind energy complex - three wind power plants with a capacity of 300 kilowatts each," the message says.

According to the authorities, wind power has already proven its effectiveness on the Commander Islands and in the village of Ust-Kamchatsk, where it saves 180 tons of fuel per year. The construction of installations makes it possible to resolve issues of energy security, significantly reduce hydrocarbon consumption, and ensure uninterrupted power supply.

Under the agreement RAO ES of the East plans to install wind power complexes of Japanese production in a number of northern villages of the region.

According to Sergey Tolstoguzov, Director General of the energy company, if technical performance and commercial efficiency of Japanese wind turbines are confirmed, RAO ES of the East will consider using the system developed by Japanese companies in other isolated areas of the Far East and the Far North.

As part of the agreement between the Government of Kamchatka and RAO ES of the East, wind-diesel complexes will be built in the settlements of Tilichiki, Palana, Ossora, Manila, Kamenskoe, Pakhachi and Ust-Khayryuzovo.



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