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Already installed wind power complexes will be presented to Kamchatka by a Japanese company

Granting free of charge three wind power plants belonging to it, mounted in the regional center of Ust-Kamchatsk, the Japanese company NEDO

Already installed wind power complexes will be presented to Kamchatka by a Japanese company
"At present, we are working out a mechanism for the gratuitous transfer of objects to the regional property. This procedure for the Japanese side is a trial. The company had no such experience. Closer by the summer, all procedures will be completed, "the words of the Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Kamchatka Territory Sergei Pakhomov are quoted in the message.

S. Pakhomov recalled that the first generator in Ust-Kamchatka was mounted several years ago by a French company. Its power is 275 kW. In January, the Japanese company NEDO 2015 completed the installation of the second generator, the third unit was officially put into commercial operation on September 10, and the installation of the fourth generator was completed by the end of the year, the press service of the region reported.

In total, the power of wind turbines is about 1 mW. Subsequently, the wind farm will be replenished with five more generators, which will allow for a total output of up to 3 mW.

The work is carried out in the framework of the joint project of RAO Energy Systems of the East and the Japanese government company for the development of new energy and industrial technologies (NEDO).

“Under the terms of the agreement, after the wind farm complex is transferred to the ownership of the region, the Japanese side will receive data on the state of the equipment during its operation for three years, in order to take into account all the advantages and disadvantages when designing such installations”, - said S. Pakhomov.
The deputy chairman noted that Ust-Kamchatsk was an experimental site, where NEDO is developing new technologies. For them, this is a pilot project.

"Wind tunnels are maximally adapted to our conditions - temperature regime, wind and snow loads. Therefore, developers will be interested in receiving data on how the equipment behaves in such conditions, "S. Pakhomov specified.
According to him, the windmills were installed at the expense of the investor. The Kamchatka Krai will provide in the electricity tariff the costs of PJSC "Mobile Energy" for installation and commissioning of the complex.

“Installation of wind-diesel complexes in energy-insulated areas of the region allows solving the problem of energy security in remote villages of Kamchatka. In addition, wind turbines will help save money on diesel fuel, which will be used to purchase the remaining plants, ”said the deputy chairman.

S. Pakhomov added that the Kamchatka experience had already become interested in other regions of Russia, in particular in Yakutia and in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District.

According to the press service, within the framework of the Agreement on Cooperation between RAO ES of the East and the Government of the Kamchatka Territory, in the coming years the wind farms will be built in six remote villages of Kamchatka. Now wind-measuring devices work in three northern villages - Manilah, Ust-Khayryuzovo and Pakhachi.