15 Jun '09
Russia’s largest generation company, RusHydro, is expected to set up a subsidiary, Far East VES, in Vladivostok to build a wind power station on the city’s islands of Russky and Popova, the firm said today.
Investment in the project has yet to be announced.
The new wind power station will reportedly supply electricity to facilities to be used at the APEC-2012 summit in Vladivostok.
According to the report, the future station’s installed capacity will be 36MW, and it is expected to generate at least 90 million kilowatt-hours a year.
Construction will reportedly kick off next year and is to be completed in Q1 2012.