The government has redistributed again the quotas of support for RES for 2025-2035 between investors in solar and wind energy generation, according to the minutes (which are at the Kommersant’s disposal) of the meeting of December 5 with Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak. [ … ]
According to Kommersant, the Ministry of Economy estimates the total amount of acceptable investments in the development of green energy generation in Russia in 2025-2030 at 659.29 billion roubles. The given volume of funds exceeds the preliminary discussed by the government limit of investments in 400 billion roubles and allows, according to analysts, to build 24 GW of capacity instead of 7.5 [ … ]
The Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation dated July 19, 2019 (in Russian) “On Amendments to Annex No. 1 to the Main Directions of State Policy in Improving the Energy Efficiency of the Electric Power Industry Based on the Use of Renewable Energy Sources for the Period up to 2024, approved by the Order of the Government of the Russian Federation of January 8, 2009 N 1-r, in regards to the adjustment of targeted indicators of the volumes of input of installed capacity of generating facilities by types of renewable energy sources up to 2024” redistributes the volume of commissioning of renewable energy projects “reserved” for small hydropower plants in favor of the WPPs and SPPs. [ … ]
The first stage of the competition for the selection of renewable energy projects (in Russian) announced on March 11 has been completed. Even today we can say that investors’ interest in building wind farms is eight times bigger than the volume (which is 78.1 [ … ]
The Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation proposes to extend the existing programme of supporting green energy until 2035, retaining its focal points, but with adjustments to make the programme less costly and focus it on exporting Russian products, said Deputy Minister Yury Manevich told RIA Novosti in an interview on the eve of the St. [ … ]
Russia is creating a legal framework for the development of alternative energy, said Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
“Most certainly, having their own home, which would be provided with the clean energy from the sun or wind, is many’s dream. [ … ]