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Russia approves 16 wind projects

RUSSIA: Up to 16 wind farms will be built in Russia by 2030, according to a programme approved by the country's prime minister, Dmitry Medvedev.

Russian prime minister Dmitry Medvedev approved the projects
Russian prime minister Dmitry Medvedev approved the projects

The wind farms will be built in each region of the country. In case of the Southern Federal District, five large wind power projects are planned.

Among these are the 100MW Astrakhan wind farm and the 999MW Volgograd Lower Volga project, both of which are expected to be commissioned by 2030.

Two wind farms are also planned in the Kalmykia Republic of Russia, which will have the capacity of 150MW and 300MW and will be launched by 2025.

A further two projects, dubbed Lodeyny and Kolsky, will be built in the Murmansk region and will have a capacity of 300MW and 500MW respectively.

Finally, a 300MW project is planned for Ust-Luga, St. Petersburg region and a 200MW wind farm is to bebuilt in the Kaliningrad region.

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