Nuclear energy workers built a wind farm In Russia

Atomtekhenergo, which is a subsidiary of Rosenergoatom Concern, completed the services of the parent commissioning organization at the largest wind power station in Russia - the Adygea wind farm located on the border of the Shovgenovsky and Giaginsky districts of the Republic of Adygea. It is reported by EnergyLandinfo.

Within the framework of cooperation between JSC Atomtehenergo (ATE) and JSC VetroOGK (part of the management circuit of JSC NovaVind), specialists from the Rostov branch of ATE from November 2019 to April 2020 provided a range of services as part of the functions of the head commissioning organization of the Adygea Wind Farm , including the full scope of organizational support for commissioning, as well as services for construction control and process support, participation in warranty tests of complex transformer substations, accounting and analysis of detected observations in the commissioning process.

Adygea Wind Farm is the first completed project of NovaVind JSC with a capacity of 150 MW. Currently, Rosatom is implementing programs for the construction of a wind farm at four other sites.

 The next largest wind farm will appear in the Kochubeyevsky district of the Stavropol Territory; its installed capacity will be 210 MW.

In total, Rosatom plans to commission a wind farm with a total capacity of 1 GW by 2023.

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