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In Ust-Kamchatsk, the first wind power plant of Komaihaltek Inc
In Ust-Kamchatsk, as a result of cooperation between RAO ES of the East and the Japanese government organization for the development of new energy and industrial technologies (NEDO), the installation was completed and the process of commissioning the first of the three wind power plants produced by Komaihaltek Inc. began.
In accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding, the Japanese partners provide wind turbines adapted for use in cold climates with a capacity of 300 kW each. Thus, the total capacity of the wind complex will be 900 kW, which will allow the village to save 533 tons of diesel fuel per year.
As it was reported earlier in EastRussia, within the framework of the agreement between the Government of Kamchatka and the RAO UES of the East, wind-diesel complexes will also be built in the settlements of Tilichiki, Palana, Ossora, Manila, Kamenskoe, Pakhachi and Ust-Khayryuzovo.