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Impax finances 27 MW Finnish project

Impax Asset Management has reached financial close on its 27 MW Joukhaisselkä wind farm in northern Finland with Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken.

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Webinar on the connection to the grid in 2014

Learning Center NP "Market Council" on April 22 at 10:00 organizes a webinar: "Came into force and planning changes to the Rules of technological connection to electric grids in 2014."

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561 billion rubles of investments to green energy of Russia

Development of renewable energy sources (RES) in Russia will require an investment of 561 billion rubles by 2020, according to the words of Alexander Novak,  Ministry of Energy.

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WWEA published World Wind Energy Report 2013

On the occasion of the World Wind Energy Conference WWEC2014 in Shanghai, WWEA presented the key statistics of the World Wind Energy Report 2013.

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LARGUS Group will deliver windmill for the project in Kazakhstan

In the port of St.-Petersburg there are the nacelle and hub for a wind power plant with capacity of 2 MW, which will soon start moving to Kazakhstan.

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Windlife Renewables together WSB Neue Energien GmbH will build a wind farm in Murmansk region

Dutch operator announced the construction in 2015 of a wind farm with capacity of 200 MW in the area of Teriberka, Murmansk region.

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Gamesa to launch nanotech de-icing solution

Gamesa is set to launch a new nanotechnolgy-inspired solution designed to mix with paint and prevent ice developing on blades.

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Seminar on how to ensure fulfillment of the obligations on the wholesale energy market

April 25, 2014 Training Center NP "Market Council" arranges a seminar on how to ensure fulfillment of the obligations on the wholesale energy market 

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The Second National Standard for Operations and Dispatch Management came into effect in Russia

New national standard establishes principles and procedures for interaction of generating companies, networks, control centers SO UES, electricity consumers.

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Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak believes that in the Crimea it is necessary not only to maintain the existing renewable energy sources, but also to build new ones

 

One of the key issues of the meeting Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev in Simferopol was Crimea energy supply. Energy Minister Alexander Novak explained "Ъ" as the peninsula can get rid of dependence for two years and for about 100 billion rubles.

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NP "Market Council" invites to take part in webinar on qualification of RES facilities

April 9, 2014 Training Center NP "Market Council" will organize a webinar "Changes in the legal acts of the Russian Government concerning the qualification of RES generating facilities and issue the certificates confirming amount of output per RES facility"

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"RAO ES of the East" together with the Japanese will develop wind power in Kamchatka

JSC "RAO Energy System of East" with Japanese partners intends to launch a pilot project for the development of wind power in the village of Ust-Kamchatsky, Kamchatka.

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Experts propose to strengthen state support of RES facilities, setting tax holidays

Energy supply problems of isolated and remote areas can be solved by establishing renewable energy facilities. But this requires government support, said Pavel Bezrukih, honorary member of the Russian Association of Wind Power Industry, during a meeting of the Russian Government held on March, 14.

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In the U.S. it is preparing to launch a new wind power tower

General Electric Company launches a new wind turbine Space Frame Tower. Special five-sided lattice configuration will reduce the amount of steel and increase the height of the installation. Height of new wind power tower will be 139 meters.

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Information for the selection of RSE projects for the period 2015-2018 was published

JSC "ATS" published information required for competitive selection of investment projects on construction of generating facilities that operate on the basis of renewable energy sources for 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.

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RAWI welcomes new member

LARGUS Group has the manpower and resources in a wide range of countries, from all over Eurasia to North and South America to give a «second to none» door to door all in service for heavy and abnormal cargo. All aspects of cargo movement, by sea, rail or road will be overseen by LARGUS including the handling of any transhipments and documentation. Сompany have status which allows to move the non-cleared cargo without customs or any other convoys all over the territory of Kazakhstan, Belarus and Russia. The only Russian company with experience of delivery to CIS countries of 2,5 MW wind turbines from China and western European countries.

www.largus-group.com


RAWI welcomes new member

SSC Balticwind has set itself the ambition of becoming an important provider on wind energy market. The company specializes in site management, erection & maintenance of WTGs, mechanical & electrical services, commissioning & pre-commissioning, repowering. With its comprehensive and professional service the joint venture of SSC Wind and Baltic Wind Services is creating the energy mix of tomorrow.

www.ssc-balticwind.com


RAWI welcomes new member

OMZ-Special Steels LLC is Russia’s largest manufacturer of metallurgical billets for various industries. Manufacturing sites of OMZ are located in Russia and Czechia. The unique combination of technological capabilities, scientific potential and many years of experience enables the Company to be a leader in the markets of Russia and CIS being one of the largest forging facilities in Europe.

www.omz-specialsteel.com


RAWI welcomes new member

GE has been operating in Russia and CIS since early 20th century. Today in GE over 3,200 employees work in more than 25 cities, and the turnover in the region is more than 2 billion U.S. dollars. In Russia there are all business units of GE, working in areas such as health, transport, aviation, energy, oil and gas, water treatment, lighting fixtures, as well as finance.

www.ge.com/ru/ru/


Russian market of wind energy: quick leap into the future

November, 8 in Moscow 5th National Conference "Current status of wind power in Russia" finished. It has become a unique platform for the exchange of experiences and views on the most pressing issues of the industry. Russian experts in the field of renewable energy were talking about a revolutionary change in the domestic market and plans for its rapid development in the future. The leading foreign wind power companies presented their latest know-how and expressed interest in doing business in Russia. 

The conference was attended by the representatives of Russian Ministry of Energy, Fund "Skolkovo", well-known Russian and foreign experts in the field of renewable energy, the world's leading wind turbine manufacturers: General Electric Corporation, Mervento, AMSC, GAMESA; international consultants: GL Garrad Hassan, DEWI, WSB. This conference was arranged by Russian Association of Wind Power Industry (RAWI) and sponsored by GE.

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RAWI has signed an agreement with Germany's leading consultant in the field of wind energy

November, 8 Russian Association of Wind Power Industry (RAWI) and Deutsch Windenergie Institut GmbH (DEWI) signed a cooperation agreement. The partners have agreed on organization of the professional seminars for participants of wind energy market in Russia. The signing ceremony took place during the fifth national conference on wind power in Moscow.

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Memorandum of Understanding signed between WWEA and RAWI

Moscow, 12 November 2013. On the occasion of the Renewable Energy Forum Moscow 2013 REF2013, the Secretary General of the World Wind Energy Association and the President of the Russian Association of Wind Power Industry RAWI signed today the following Memorandum of Understanding, in order to intensify their cooperation and to accelerate the deployment of wind power in Russia and worldwide:

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RAWI welcomes new member

ENECA - energy engineering - consulting company working in the field of energy supply and energy management, offering customers the introduction of new engineering and technological solutions including based on wind energy. For organizations planning to build wind turbines, company offers a full range of pre-design work and the development of design estimate documentation for implementing energy efficiency projects. Today ENECA is a group of 80 specialists with a solid experience in the field of energy, ecology and economy.

www.eneca.by/en/


RAWI welcomes new member

OAO "Nizhny Novgorod Machinery Plant" - a modern industrial complex, which includes six specialized production facilities, powerful engineering center, testing ground and a number of other facilities. The company's activity includes production of not only military equipment, but also civilian products.

www.jscnmz.ru


RAWI welcomes new members

AMSC is a world leading producer of technologies for renewable energy and grid systems. The company’s solutions are now powering over 14 gigawatts of renewable energy globally and enhancing the performance and reliability of power networks in more than a dozen countries. AMSC is headquartered near Boston, Massachusetts with operations in Asia, Australia, Europe and North America.

www.amsc.com

 

GL Garrad Hassan is the world’s largest renewable energy consultancy. It offers independent technical and engineering services, products, and training courses to the onshore and offshore wind, wave, tidal and solar sectors. With a network of local experts around the world, GL Garrad Hassan is able to understand the interplay between the technology, geography and environmental conditions, which determine the engineering solutions, and also the policy, economics and regulation, which determine the markets.

www.gl-garradhassan.com


A new page in the history of Russian wind energy

One of the most promising sectors of renewable energy is considered to be a wind power in Russia. Today, the country ranks the 64th in terms of total electric capacity of wind farms in the world. To change the situation in sector in the end of May 2013 , Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a decree 861-r "On the mechanism of promoting the use of renewable energy sources (RES) in the wholesale market of electricity and capacity."


  Photo by LiveEnergo

Igor Bryzgunov, president of the Russian Association of Wind Power Industry (RAWI) said to "Live-Energo" about the model of domestic wind power development.

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RAWI welcomes new members

GAMESA. Company with 19 years of experience in 42 countries, is considered to be a global technology leader in the field of wind energy. The company specializes in the production and maintenance of windmills of different capacity, as well as the design and sale of wind farms. The main production centers of the company are located in Spain and China, as well as in India, the U.S. and Brazil.

www.gamesacorp.com

DEWI GmbH. Company is considered to be one of the leading international consultants in the field of wind power with experience of nearly 25 years. DEWI GmbH is recognized as an independent institution for a variety of measurement, research, and expertise in the field of wind energy.

www.dewi.de


Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a decree on the promotion of renewable energy sources on the wholesale market

The document states the rules for determining prices for power of generation facilities, which operate on the basis of renewable energy sources, ensuring the return of the invested capital, and the level of its profitability.

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Measures to support renewable energy have been adopted

On May 23 the Government signed a package of measures to support renewable energy sources (RES) through the mechanisms of the wholesale electricity market.

According to a source familiar with the latest version of the document, support parameters were adopted in a shortened version, which Prime Minister was reported in mid-April by supervising Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich. In particular, the target amount of power generated by renewable energy sources remained at the level of 6 GW by 2020. The reason for delay in signing is connected with the Regulations of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, under which the Ministry had no authority to check the level of localization of equipment for renewable energy plants. It is one of the main parameters that determines the amount of support, which the generator can expect. Now at the government meeting the Regulations have been amended, and the Ministry of Industry and Trade received authority. The first tenders to be held no later than September 30.

Read more: http://kommersant.ru/doc/2195709


Russian Association of Wind Power Industry took part in a major international exhibition in Germany

foto (c) Vestas

фото: Vestas

8-12 April 2013 in Hanover, there were 11 specialized industrial exhibitions including those devoted to the development of renewable energy, wind energy in particular.

In the pavilion "Wind Energy" the largest German and other Western companies presented its technologies and experience in the development of renewable energy sources. At the the collective stand of RAWI Russian companies - manufacturers and developers - talked about their projects and perspectives.

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RAWI comment on establishment of a new Wind Energy Association in Russia

Dear colleagues, members of the Association, ladies and gentlemen!

Recently, from the members of RAWI we found out that many of them received from former employees of RAWI - Vice-President Anatoly Kopylov and CEO Victoria Matkowskya a declaration on establishment of a new Wind Energy Association and  suggestion to participate in the constituent assembly.

At the request of RAWI members and media we make a comment on this event.


Debates on localization are heating up, ambition should give way the benefits!

The conflicts around the package of measures to support the development of the national system of renewable energy, which from day to day would be signed by Dmitry Medvedev, are spreading.
A number of operators and market experts (including RSPP) sent a letter to Arkady Dvorkovich to review under regular standards for localization.
In the current version of the document there is a requirement of 35 percent localization of production by 2014, which, according opinion of the authors, is excessive and even harmful for the development of renewable energy sources (RES) in the Russian Federation.

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Report of the workshop, with the participation of NP "Market Council" and RAWI in Dusseldorf

In Dusseldorf, Germany, on February 27, 2013 there was a seminar for representatives of the companies interested in cooperation with the Energy Agency of North Rhine-Westphalia and the Chamber of Commerce of Düsseldorf "The Russian market of renewable energy in motion: the chances for wind power Industry." Vice-president of the Russian Association of Wind Power Industry (RAWI), Anatoly Kopylov, and CEO, Victoria Matkovskaia, together with Head of the Department of RES certification NP "Market Council", Yelena Fedorova, provided information about the features of the legislation of wind energy market in Russia. Head of International Relations Department of the Energy Agency of North Rhine-Westphalia, Stefan Lintker, Head of the Competence Centre for Cooperation with Russia Chamber of Commerce of Dusseldorf, Andrea Gebauer and managers of international companies presented their experience in the wind energy industry.

With the kind support of:

WindConsultant, Düsseldorf, Annette Nüsslein
www.windconsultant.de

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