Far East | Energy, utilities

RusHydro’s pre-APEC wind plans posted

21 Apr '09
RusHydro intends to build a wind power station on the islands of Russky and Popova just off Vladivostok, the company reported today.

Investment in the project has yet to be announced.

The firm is considering two project options, RusHydro said. One reportedly stipulates the installation of 15 wind power generating units with the capacity of 2MW each, while the other calls for construction of 20 such units with the capacity of 1.5MW each.

Therefore, according to the company’s tentative plans, the overall installed capacity of the complex will amount to 30MW to generate at least 75 million kilowatt-hours of electrical energy a year.

The project is part of a broader energy and infrastructure upgrade program aimed at preparing Vladivostok to the Asian-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit the city will host in 2012.

RusHydro is Russia’s largest energy-generating company that runs Russian hydroelectric power stations.
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