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Russia's First Commercial Wind Farm Online

Chinese turbine manufacturer Dongfang supplied the turbines for the project.

The country's first commercial-scale wind farm has been commissioned, developer Finnish developer Fortum has announced.

Its €65 million Ulynavsk project is located near a city of the same name about 680km southeast of Moscow.

Chinese turbine manufacturer Dongfang supplied the turbines for the project.

Ulyanovsk is included in the renewable projects competitive selection administered by the government’s ministry of energy, and so is entitled to capacity supply agreement (CSA) payments.

Under the CSA, Fortum receives payments of between €180 and €200/MWh for a guaranteed period of 15 years.

Fortum, alongside Russian technology giant Rusnano, won 1GW of capacity spread across 26 projects at a tender in June. The joint venture will commission the sites by 2022, securing between €115 and €135/MWh in capacity payments.

 

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Russia's First Commercial Wind Farm Online

Chinese turbine manufacturer Dongfang supplied the turbines for the project.
Parvin Faghfouri Azar
The country's first commercial-scale wind farm has been commissioned, developer Finnish developer Fortum has announced.Its €65 million Ulynavsk project is located near a city of the same name about 680km southeast of Moscow.Chinese turbine manufacturer Dongfang supplied the turbines for the project.Ulyanovsk is included in the renewable projects competitive selection administered by the government’s ministry of energy, and so is entitled to capacity supply agreement (CSA) payments.Under the CSA, Fortum receives payments of between €180 and €200/MWh for a guaranteed period of 15 years.Fortum, alongside Russian technology giant Rusnano, won 1GW of capacity spread across 26 projects at a tender in June. The joint venture will commission the sites by 2022, securing between €115 and €135/MWh in capacity payments. 
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