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"RusHydro" plans to sign with the PRC binding documents on anti-flood hydropower stations

"On the XNUMXst (April - ed.) A meeting will take place in Beijing. ... Mr. Dvorkovich will. I hope that we will sign the binding documents on flood control hydroelectric power plants.", - the head of the company Evgeniy Dod informed at the investor's Day. He also added that he hopes to get binding offers from the Chinese side to 8 May, RIA Novosti reported.

In November 2014, the Chinese Three Gorges Corporation and "RusHydro" signed an agreement that involves the creation of a joint venture (with shares of 49% and 51%, respectively) for the construction of flood-proof hydropower plants in the Amur Region and the Khabarovsk Territory: the Lower Zeya (400 MW), Selemdzhinskaya (300 MW), Gilyui (462 MW) and Lower -Nimansk (600 MW).

In March 2015, it was reported that RusHydro this year will begin the development of a feasibility study for the Selemdzhinskaya HPP. The company also considers Nizhne-Zeyskaya HPP as a priority. According to the director of the Institute of Water Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences, a member of the board of directors of RusHydro, Viktor Danilov-Danilyan, there is no certainty about the need to build the rest. The estimated cost of the projects is estimated at 230 billion rubles. 

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