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Three solar stations in remote villages of Yakutia will build until the fall of Sakhaenergo - EastRussia | Far East






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Three solar stations in remote villages of Yakutia will build until the fall of "Sakhaenergo"

Sakhaenergo, a subsidiary of PJSC Yakutskenergo, part of the RAO Energy Systems of the East holding company, is embarking on the construction of solar generation facilities to efficiently power consumers in three remote and hard-to-reach villages of Yakutia

Three solar stations in remote villages of Yakutia will build until the autumn
This was reported by the press service of RAO ES.

OOO Helios Strategy will build two solar power plants (SES) in the Olekminsky region: in the village of Delgay with the capacity of 80 kW, in the village Innyakh - 20 kW. Another SES on 36 kW is planned to be installed in the village of Verkhnaya Amga, Aldansky district, the general contractor is OOO "ENELT Group".

"To date, work on the delivery of materials and equipment needed for SES is in full swing. Construction and commissioning in the Upper Amge will last until August, in Delgei and Innyakh - until September, "the press release said.

It is noted that in order to increase the electricity generation, the supporting structures of the new stations have several tilt angles: in summer, the panels will be deflected by 40 ° relative to the horizon, and in winter, the angle of the structures will increase to 72 °. SES will have to synchronize with diesel power plants, which so far are the only sources of electricity settlements.

According to Alexei Ivlev, Acting Director General of Sakhaenergo JSC, the main goal of the construction and operation of renewable energy facilities in the North and the Arctic is to save resources while supplying consumers.

“Remoteness and inaccessibility of settlements, poor infrastructure, complex logistics lead to a serious increase in the cost of fuel for diesel stations. So, about 60% of the cost of electricity generated falls on the fuel component. Installation in remote energy sites of renewable energy facilities leads to cost reduction, which makes the implementation of renewable energy projects cost-effective, ”the press service quoted him as saying.

Sakhaenergo operates 13 SES with a total power of 1325 kW. According to the company's specialists, the existing stations allowed 71 to save a ton of diesel fuel last year.

The integrated program of RAO ES of the East on the introduction of renewable energy technologies in the Far East involves the construction of 178 solar stations and wind power complexes with a total capacity of about 146 MW.