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In Yakutia, a new solar power station was launched

In Yakutia, in the village of Dzhargaly of the Eveno-Bytantaysky ulus, a new solar power station was launched, the press center of RAO Energy Systems of the East (SES) reports.

The solar power plant in the village of Jaralah has an output of 15 kW and consists of three different types of solar modules: 20 single-crystal, 20 polycrystalline and 33 amorphous. During the year, the performance indicators of each of them will be collected and analyzed in order to improve the efficiency of future RAO UES projects, since the construction of this station is part of a comprehensive program for the introduction of renewable energy in the Far East of the RAO ES of the East.

Under this program, RAO ES of the East for the introduction of renewable energy sources in the Far East plans to build more than 170 renewable energy facilities with a total capacity of 120 MW. At the moment, already seven solar power plants are successfully operated in the Yakut villages of Yuchui, Batamai, Toyon-Ary, Kudu-Kyuel, Eyik, Dulgaly and Kubergan. By 30 on July 2015, another solar power station with a capacity of 1 MW will be commissioned in the village of Batagai. The station in Batagay will become the most powerful not only in the republic, but also in the Far East. At the same time, a similar project of a solar power plant for the village of Tiksi is currently being developed. 

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