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Feasibility Study of the Electric Power Export Project to China - Highly Readable

Today the Governor of the Amur Region Oleg Kozhemyako discussed the possibility of implementing a project to export electricity to China with the head of InterRAO Boris Kovalchuk.

As a result of the negotiations, an agreement was reached to sign an agreement on the joint implementation of the project in March this year. At the moment, the preliminary feasibility study for the project is in a high degree of readiness - the press service of the Government of the region reports.

Also at the meeting the results of the last year were summed up. Thus, for 2014 year 4530 million kW / h was realized for the amount of 7 billion 860 million rubles.

Simultaneously, during the meeting the issue of construction of an export-oriented CHP plant with the capacity of 8 thousand MW on the basis of the Yerkovetsky coal field was discussed.

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