VetroSGC-2 JSC secures approval to build wind farm in Russia

WCN Editorial Team 17 Jun 2021 EUROPE ENERGY & UTILITIES

VetroSGC-2 JSC, which is within NovaWind JSC, the wind energy division of Rosatom, has secured approval for construction of Berestovskaya wind farm in Petrovskiy urban district of Stavropol Krai, Russia.

The wind farm has a total 60MW capacity.

The construction approval comes after a positive expert examination of design documents by State Expertise in Construction, the Stavropol Krai Autonomous Institution.

 This wind farm will feature 24 wind turbines with a capacity of 2.5MW each.

 The expert examination confirmed that the design documents for construction facilities comply with the site investigation results and the requirements detailed in all technical regulations, with regard to environmental, sanitary, epidemiological, fire safety requirements.

 The Stavropol Krai is considered to be a key region by NovaWind JSC.

 Currently, two large wind farms – the 210MW Kochubeyevskaya wind farm and 60MW Karmalinovskaya wind farm – have been commissioned in this region.

 Furthermore, construction of wind farms for a total capacity of about 180MW is under way in the region.


 Image: The wind farm has a total 60MW capacity. Credit: Pexels from Pixabay




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