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RusHydro plans to invest 500 billion rubles in projects in the Far East up to 2025 year

The Governmental Commission for the Development of the Electric Power Industry, chaired by deputy prime minister Arkady Dvorkovich at the meeting on May 28 approved the parameters of the investment programs of RusHydro, SO UES and InterRAO and instructed the Ministry of Energy to approve them.

Bigpowernews reports that within the framework of the RusHydro program for the period 2015-2017. capital investments are planned in the amount of 410 billion rubles. Over this period, 135 billion rubles will be invested in the development of operations of subsidiaries, including in the Far East.

The head of the company, Evgeny Dod, has previously stated that RusHydro is counting on Rosneftegaz's participation in co-financing the construction of new hydroelectric power plants in the Far East. By 2025, the company plans to build a hydroelectric power plant and a combined heat and power plant in the region and replace 800 km of heating networks for a total of RUB 500 billion. (without VAT).

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