Rosatom has accomplished the primary section of wind generators’ commissioning at its wind farm at Adygea. This marks an necessary milestone in additional improvement of low-carbon applications at ROSATOM.
Adygea Wind Farm with complete capability of 150 MW, which building has been just lately accomplished at Shovgenovsky and Giaginsky districts of the Republic of Adygea, proved its readiness to supply electrical energy.
At this stage, the operational efficiency of the primary 13 wind generators (WT) with put in capability of 32.5 MW was duly checked, thus proving the operational worthiness of the know-how chosen by Rosatom and readiness of all of the wind generators’ methods for entry into service.
“The profitable completion of the primary stage is a big milestone within the implementation of the ‘inexperienced sq.’ idea – the dedication of Rosatom to improvement of low-carbon power tasks. Our new wind farm makes use of a variety of progressive applied sciences. The applied sciences, for which Russia turns into a premier stage for large-scale operation. It is necessary to note, that the development of the Adygea Wind Power Plant allowed Rosatom to amass the entire vary of utterly new competencies in wind power, permitting us to put groundwork for additional improvement of this new promising phase of low-carbon power. There is quite a lot of work forward to acquire permits for everlasting operation and convey the undertaking to the wholesale electrical energy market. The second and third phases are deliberate for January 2020,” mentioned Alexander Korchagin, Director General of NovaWind, the wind power division of Rosatom.
NovaWind JSC is a Rosatom division for implementation of the wind energy tasks.
(Source and picture: Rosatom)
The submit ROSATOM COMMISSIONS FIRST PHASE OF ADYGEA WINDFARM IN RUSSIA appeared first on Energy Global News.