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Japanese wind power plants will begin to produce in the Far East

PJSC RAO ES Vostoka (part of the RusHydro group) and the Japanese company Komai Haltec Inc. Will explore the possibility of joint production of wind power plants or their individual elements in the Far East of Russia

Japanese wind power plants will begin to produce in the Far East
Within the framework of the working program of the 5th meeting of the Russian-Japanese Advisory Council on Modernization of the Russian Economy, held on xnumx october In Tokyo, attended by Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich and Japanese Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Russia Tikahito Harada, a memorandum of intent was signed between PJSC RAO ES Vostoka (part of the RusHydro group) and the Japanese company Komai Haltec Inc. in Tokyo.

Signatures under the strategic document were put by the Deputy Director General of RAO ES of the East on strategy and investments Alexei Kaplun and the board member, executive director of Komai Haltec Amy Komai, Interfax reports.

As already reported IA "EastRussia, the Japanese corporation Komai Haltec Inc. in early September, following the results of the Eastern Economic Forum held in Vladivostok, put forward a proposal to the leadership of Primorsky Krai - equip with wind turbines northern regions of Primorye, which would allow the transition from the use of fuel oil to autonomous energy systems.

"Taking into account our fruitful cooperation with Komai Haltec on other RES projects, we are confident that we will be able to jointly organize the production of wind power plants that are completely suitable for technical requirements for implementation in the difficult climatic conditions of the Far East," A. Kaplun said.

Prior to 2020, RAO ES of the East plans to build 178 RES facilities in the Far East, of which 4 is a wind farm and 35 wind power complexes in isolated energy areas with a total capacity of more than 100 MW.

"The creation of a production site in the Far East will increase the availability of equipment for the Japanese company for our future construction projects. The Japanese company will also subsequently be able to offer its equipment for the implementation of projects in the wholesale and retail markets of price and non-price zones, where there are legislative requirements for the localization of equipment, "A. Kaplun specified.
According to the memorandum, the first stage of cooperation will be the creation of a working group with the participation of company representatives.
The main tasks of the working group will be to determine the degree of equipment localization, search for potential sites on the territory of the Far East of Russia to locate production. The parties will also develop a financial and economic model and assess the economic efficiency of localization of production.

The report says that Komai Haltec equipment is successfully used in the wind energy complex in Ust-Kamchatsk.
The project "RAO ES of the East" is implemented jointly with the government of the Kamchatka Territory and the Japanese organization NEDO. The complex should earn at full capacity until the end of 2015.

Earlier it was reported that within the Eastern Economic Forum (VEF), RAO UES of the East and Komai Haltec signed a memorandum according to which they are going to analyze the possibility of building a wind park with a capacity of 1 MW in the village of Tiksi of the Bulunsky district of the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic.

The installed electric capacity of the power plants of the Far Eastern energy companies that are part of RAO ES of the East is 8 thousand 766 MW, the heat output is 17 thousand 981 Gcal / h. The length of electrical networks is more than 100 thousand km.
RusHydro owns 84,39% of shares in RAO ES of the East.