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When implementing geothermal energy sources in Kamchatka, the experience of Iceland and Japan will be used

With the further introduction of geothermal energy sources in Kamchatka, the experience of Iceland and Japan will be used. This was announced today by the general director of "RAO ES of the East" Sergei Tolstoguzov during the conference on renewable energy in Yakutsk

When implementing geothermal energy sources in Kamchatka, the experience of Iceland and Japan will be used
"At the moment, about 40% of capacity in the central power unit of the peninsula is provided in Kamchatka through geothermal energy sources. In the future these capacities will only grow. The potential in Kamchatka is huge in this regard. We plan to explore the potential of Iceland and Japan and take all the best in service, "he said.

At the same time, according to Tolstoguzov, capital investments are needed to develop geothermal energy. "The amount of necessary funds will depend on the point where the sources will be," he said.

Earlier, the need to use geothermal energy in Kamchatka, said Deputy Prime Minister, Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District (FEF), Yuri Trutnev, said TASS.

Several geothermal power plants in the Elizovo and Ust-Bolsheretsky regions now operate in Kamchatka, these are the Mutnovskaya and Verkhne-Mutnovskaya geothermal power plants and the Pauzhetskaya GeoTES. They are subordinate to Geotherm, a subsidiary of RusHydro.