The projects will be implemented by Vetroenergetika, part of state-owned nuclear firm Rosatom.
It recently signed an agreement with Kalmykian authorities to build the wind power capacity.
The new projects are expected to be commissioned by 2021 and will help solve the problem of energy shortage in the region.
Currently, Kalmykia has less than 10MW of installed wind capacity to-date.
Analysis by the Russian Ministry of Energy found Kalmykia could become one of the leading regions of Russia in terms of wind power. This is due to its favourable location and average wind speeds of 6-7.5m/s.