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Ministry of Energy intends to attract investments for the development of energy in the Far East

The new investment mechanism for attracting investors to the energy complex of the Far East is planned to be created by the RF Ministry of Energy. It is assumed that the mechanism will be similar to the one already proposed for projects in Taman, Deputy Energy Minister Vyacheslav Kravchenko told reporters

Ministry of Energy intends to attract investments for the development of energy in the Far East
"Perhaps the proposal" a la "DPM (agreements for the provision of capacity), the same thing that we proposed for Taman, only in the Far East," said the deputy minister.

According to him, the new mechanism for the Far East may be extended to projects that, for example, are implemented by refineries. “For example, within the framework of the refinery, there will be own generation, and it will be somewhat redundant, including will generate electricity to the system. I think this will also be quite economically justified, ”he said.

According to V. Kravchenko, part of the projects in the Far East, in particular, Rosneft OJSC was considered with the construction of its own generation. For example, he noted that the generation will be built as part of the large Amur gas and chemical complex, which PJSC Gazprom intends to build, Interfax reports.

As previously reported, the RF Ministry of Energy has developed a procedure for selecting new construction projects in energy-deficient regions, which will guarantee return on investment with a basic rate of return on invested capital of 14%. As the interlocutors of Interfax noted at the energy market, the mechanism can be applied to the construction projects of generation in Taman (the station there is needed for supplies to the Crimea).

The company-builder of the new gene object will return capital costs, and the capacity of such objects will be paid within 15 years.

Earlier it was reported that the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation published a notice on the website of the disclosure of draft normative acts that intends to determine the grounds and procedure for holding tenders for investment projects for the construction of generating facilities in territories united in the non-price zone of the Far East, as well as the mechanism for returning invested funds. As explained to Interfax in the press service of the agency, the construction of a new generation in the region is designed to eliminate a possible shortage of electricity.

At present, the mechanism for the return of investments is valid for thermal generation - it is called the "Capacity Supply Agreement" (DPM). Contracts that are concluded between the Russian Federation and generators, guarantee investors return the funds invested in the project with a certain profitability due to higher payments of the market for capacity. As a result of the implementation of the program, in the price zones of the Russian Federation, a surplus of generating capacities 15-20 GW. In the opinion of the industry participants, the reason for the formation of excess was the errors in calculating the growth in demand for electricity.