Russian state giant Rosatom plans to launch first wind farms by 2024, reads the statement of Rosatom International Network (Rosatom).
Wind farms with general capacity of 610 MW Rosatom will build in the Republic of Adygea, the Rostov region, in Krasnodar Kray, Stavropol, and in other regions.
“In the next four years we will build 610 MW wind farms in most energy-deficient regions of Russia with a high wind power potential, naming the Republic of Adygea, Krasnodar Kray, Rostov Region, Stavropol Kray, as well as in the other regions in the south. This is about 17% of the total wind power industry capacity planned for commissioning in Russia before 2024,” reads the statements.
Earlier, the Russian news agency TASS has reported that Rosatom is planning to develop wind power industry in the country. The state corporation also intends to enter the international markets with a comprehensive proposal for wind farms construction.
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