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Yakutia and RAO ES of the East signed an agreement on cooperation in the development of the republic’s energy sector
Head of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Yegor Borisov and Director General of RAO Energy Systems of the East Sergei Tolstoguzov signed an Agreement on cooperation in the development of energy and ensuring reliable energy supply to consumers in the republic for the period 2015-2025. This was reported by the press service of the republican administration.
The agreement was signed on September 23 at the end of the working meeting in which Egor Borisov, Sergey Tolstoguzov, as well as the Chairman of the Government of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Galina Danchikova, members of the government of Yakutia, heads of RAO ES of the East, General Director of JSC Yakutskenergo Oleg Tarasov took part, the head of the city of Yakutsk Aisen Nikolaev. At the meeting, in particular,it was about the completion of the construction of the first stage of the Yakutsk SDPP-2 and plans for the construction of a number of other generating and network facilities.
The meeting also discussed theу construction of renewable energy facilities. In 2013, during the International Conference "Renewable Energy in Isolated Systems of the Russian Far East", the Government of Yakutia and RAO ES of the East signed an Agreement on cooperation in the development of renewable energy sources. In particular, they discussed the construction of a solar power plant with a capacity of 4 MW in the village of Batagai, Verkhoyansk ulus.
As assured during the meeting Deputy General Director of RAO Energy Systems of the East for Strategy and Investments Alexei Kaplun, this power plant will be put into operation in June 2015, on the eve of the start of work in Yakutsk for the third International Conference "Renewable Energy in Isolated Systems of the Russian Far East."