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In coal-fired power plants in the Far East will be invested 50,1 billion rubles
Dmitry Medvedev signed an order "On approval of the Program for the Development of the Coal Industry in Russia for the Period up to 2030", the press service of the Government reports.
As part of the program, it is planned to build four coal-fired thermal power plants in the Far East with a total value of 50,1 billion rubles, which will be allocated from the budget. In particular, the document reports on projects of Ussuriysk CHP at 370 MW, Ulan-Ude CHPP-2 at 240 MW, new power units at Kharanorskaya GRES and Neryungrinskaya GRES at 660 MW and 225 MW, respectively.
The construction is envisaged within the framework of the program "Social and economic development of the Far East and the Baikal region".