The Russian Association of Wind Power Industry is an independent nonprofit entity established in 2004 and cultivating the wind energy market.
The Association’s goal is to provide positive hands-on assistance and support to market participants in their entrance to the market, mastering the production, developing of wind parks and receiving the orders for the wind turbines components, for design, construction and logistics services.
The RAWI has a high level of competence, lobbies the interests of its members and, thanks to an established wide circle of associates in relevant government agencies and state-owned corporations, contributes to the development of the wind business of its members. Internal communication and interaction and the competencies exchange in the Association also contribute to the development of the business of new members of the Association.
Today, the members of the RAWI include leading global manufacturers of wind turbines, the largest Russian industrial and power engineering companies, engineering and construction companies, construction companies, research institutes and diplomatic organizations. These companies control the Russian wind energy market today.
The Board of the Association manages its work in between the General Meetings of the Members of the Association. The Board acts upon the Charter and the Regulations on the Board.