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The eighth new solar power station is launched in Yakutia

In the Yakutsk village of Dzhargaly of the Eveno-Bytantaysky ulus, RAO Energy Systems of the East has launched a new solar power plant (SPP) with a capacity of 15 kW, the company's press service reported.

The construction of a solar power plant, the eighth in a row, in the village of Dzhargaly is part of a comprehensive program of RAO ES of the East to introduce renewable energy sources in the Far East.

"The station consists of three different types of solar modules: 20 polycrystalline, 20 monocrystalline and 33 amorphous, the indicators of which will be analyzed and taken into account during the implementation of future renewable energy projects," the message says.

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