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Once again, from the section “Touching is better than watching”, the Russian Association of Wind Power Industry is pleased to offer you a study visit to the site of the Adygeyskaya wind power plant, which is being built by NovaWind, JSC, a division of Rosatom.

The Adygeyskaya wind power plant is the largest wind project in Russia as of 2019 with a total capacity of 150 MW, which includes 60 wind turbines of 2.5 MW each.

The installation of the first of 60 wind turbines has been completed in June 2019.

At present, the following works are actively undergoing at the sites of the Adygeyskaya WPP: assembly of the wind turbines, installation and setup of transformer substations, completion of construction of operations control stations, and preparation of laying of primary and fiber-optic cables.

There are several teams involved in working on the site, along with cranes with a lifting capacity of up to 650 tons and auxiliary equipment which are used for assembly and installation. To date, 31 wind turbines have been installed.

The Adygeyskaya WPP is located near Kelemetov rural locality in the Shovgenovsky and Giaginsky districts of the Republic of Adygeya, Russian Federation.

Participation: for RAWI members only (Join RAWI)

Additional details


Nina Kovalenko

e-mail: kovalenko@rawi.ru

phone +7 495 134 68 88,

mobile +7 978 841 22 39 (WhatsApp)

Photo credit: http://novawind.ru/eng

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