Russian wind power takes stock of the year 2022

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NovaWind makes the 2022 assessment of its Russian wind power. It concludes an effective balance sheet for its six wind farms in Russia.

For 2022, Russian wind power company NovaWind has reaffirmed its status as the leader in the domestic wind power market. With its six parks with a capacity of 720 MW, located in the Republic of Adygea, the Stavropol region and the Rostov region, it has generated more than 1,94 megawatt-hours of electricity.

The nuclear giant supports Russian wind power

The amount of electricity generated by Novawind this year avoided the emission of over 680 million tons of CO2 equivalent. The Kochubeevskaya wind farm, in this case, one of the largest in Russia, made the most significant contribution to this record figure, producing more than half a million MWh.

In this regard, Grigoriy Nazarov, CEO of NovaWind, emphasizes:

The energy sector plays a key role in the efficient social and economic development of Russia. The country is trying to reshape its energy industry by adopting new local technologies and developing … wind power, which is already proving to be very efficient. A comprehensive approach to site selection and power generation forecasting ensures the safety and reliability of wind farms, their effective performance and the timely delivery of electricity to the national grid.”

A capacity of 1.7 GW

NovaWind is the wind power division of ROSATOM created in September 2017. It consolidates the efforts of the Russian nuclear corporation in advanced areas of power generation technology.

NovaWind accumulates ROSATOM’s expertise in wind energy production, from design to construction, mechanical engineering and operation of wind farms. By 2027, ROSATOM will also commission a total of approximately 1.7 GW of wind power capacity.

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