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Investors from Japan are ready to build a power plant in the Khabarovsk Territory

The Japanese company GPSS Holdings has proposed to build a power station in the Khabarovsk Territory, which is suitable for servicing remote settlements. The investor specializes in the construction and maintenance of wind, solar and geothermal stations, and also builds small hydroelectric power plants in Japan.

The project is interested in the authorities of the region, because now many boilers in the districts are working on fuel oil. Because of this, a lot of budget money is spent on the purchase and delivery of fuel. Alternative energy is one of the solutions to this problem. In the regional government there is a group of specialists that is looking for other sources of energy for small villages.

According to the press service of the regional government, another Japanese company can take part in the construction of a hotel complex, which will be located in the business zone of the airport after its reconstruction. And representatives of the aircraft company Setouchi Holdings suggested to the regional authorities to discuss the issue of buying Kodiak turboprop aircraft. They are suitable for work in the northern areas, can sit on unprepared sites. In the future, the investor is also ready to consider the issue of localizing the production of these aircraft in Russia.