By Eurasia Network – August 10, 2021
Rosatom plans to build foreign wind farms abroad by 2024, said the head of Rosatom State Corporation Alexey Likhachev in a message to employees posted on July 29.
“The development of wind power generation within the country opens up prospects for the export of technologies. We are now negotiating the construction of wind farms in Southeast Asia, preparing for tenders in South Africa and Turkey. Moreover, Russian equipment will be used in the construction of these wind farms. We are planning to build our first foreign wind farm by 2024“, said Alexey Likhachev.
Rosatom entered the wind energy market in 2016. The Russian state corporation has resources and skills to take a significant share of this new market. Its subsidiary NovaWind consolidates the efforts of the state corporation in the advanced segments and technological platforms of the electric power industry.
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Now the Rosatom’s portfolio of orders for wind power plants in the Russian Federation is 1.2 GW until 2024, which is 35% of the entire Russian wind energy market. After 2024, Rosatom plans to expand its domestic share to 3-4 gigawatts.
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