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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 Evgeny Dod said at the Investor Day. He also added that he hopes to receive binding proposals from the Chinese side by May 8, RIA Novosti reported.

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

In March 2015, it was reported that RusHydro this year will begin developing 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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