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Japanese companies are interested in building wind turbines in Kamchatka

Japanese companies are interested in implementing projects for the construction of wind power plants in the Kamchatka Territory. The Declaration of Intent on the development of renewable energy sources with the Japanese Government Organization for the Development of New Energy and Industrial Technologies (NEDO) was signed by RAO Energy Systems of the East and the Government of the Kamchatka Territory. The signing of the Declaration, as well as the Memorandum of Understanding with Japanese companies Mitsui & Co and Komai Haltec Inc, took place within the framework of the IV Russian-Japanese Investment Forum in Tokyo, the press service of the regional government reports.

“The Memorandum identifies a joint Russian-Japanese pilot project for the development of wind power in the village. Ust-Kamchatsk, Kamchatka Territory. The project provides for the integration of three wind turbines of 300 kW each (two - in the Arctic version) into an isolated power system in Ust-Kamchatsk. The project also includes an automated process control system and a set of software and hardware for stabilizing network parameters and utilizing surplus electricity, ”the press service reports with reference to the Public Communications Department of RAO ES of the East.

"In cooperation with Japanese colleagues, we expect that the first phase of the project will be completed before the end of this year", - said General Director of OJSC "RAO Energy Systems of East" Sergey Tolstoguzov.

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