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The first large solar power plant to be built in Chelyabinsk
15.08.2012 15:46
The first large solar power plant to be built in Chelyabinsk

The first large solar energy project in Russia could be carried out in Chelyabinsk region. It will be a 100 MegaWatt generation, which will be installed at the Chelyabinsk power plant to cover the deficit of power during the repair works, reports The Kommersant.


The project will be implemented by the company Fortum, which is owned by the same name Finnish company. The equipment will be delivered by the company Hevel Solar, which is to launch photoelectric module plant in Novocheboksarsk next year.


According to the alternative energy development program, by 2020 the share of alternative energy in Russia should reach 4.5% in the energy market. At this moment its rate is 1%.






Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Power plant Russian business    

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