Colonia Spezialfahrzeuge applied a brand-new Liebherr crawler crane LR 1800-1.0 for the first time during the construction of a wind farm in Cologne, Germany.
Three Liebherr (a member of the RAWI) service personnel from a plant in Echingen, Germany and from a repair facility in Oberhausen, Germany actively supported the team of Colonia with the first erection of the crane. [ … ]
On September 24, 2020, the Russian Distributed Power Generation Association (DPGA) and the Russian Association of Wind Power Industry (RAWI) signed a cooperation agreement. The partnership between the two organisations will be aimed at stimulating the development of the small-scale distributed power generation industry in Russia and the joint performance of innovative energy projects. [ … ]
As of today, the Far Eastern Federal District (FEFD) has more than 340 registered settlements in the zone of decentralised power supply sector, as they are mostly supplied with power generated by diesel power plants. [ … ]
NovaWind started the construction of the Marchenkovskaya wind power plant in the Rostov Oblast. The total capacity of a future wind power plant is planned to be 120 MW. At the site, 48 wind turbines (WT) with a unit capacity of 2.5 MW will be installed, their planned average annual output will be 402 GWh. [ … ]
The installed capacity of wind power plants (WPP) commissioned in the Rostov Oblast in 2020 has reached 300 MW. As the result, the region comes in top place in Russia in terms of wind power generation. [ … ]
NovaWind began construction of the Karmalinovskaya wind power plant (WPP) in the Stavropol Krai. The total capacity of the second wind park under construction in the region is slated to be 60 MW, with a planned annual average output of 147 GWh. [ … ]
The plant of the WRS Bashni reached the maximum capacity of production of wind turbines towers. The company plans to produce 12 steel wind turbine towers every month, with a full capacity of 144 towers a year. [ … ]
Over the last three years, the total installed capacity of all wind energy facilities in Russia has reached 641 MW, of which 532 MW falls on the CDA programme.
The construction of the country’s first wind park was started by the Fortum in the summer of 2017, and the wind farm was commissioned in late 2017. [ … ]
In today’s environment, amid pandemic malaise, fulfilling obligations to commission renewable energy facilities is difficult for companies. This was stated by Igor Bryzgunov, Chairman of the Russian Association of the Wind Power Industry (RAWI) at an online conference organised by the Russia Renewable Energy Development Association. [ … ]
Title: How to make the Oil & Gas sector more sustainable by means of system integration with Renewable Energy sector.
Best practices and lessons learned from the Netherlands
Date: Thursday 2 July 1pm – 2pm, CET
English translation / interpretation into Russian
About the webinar:
The Russian Oil & Gas sector is starting to look at investments for Renewable Energy for several reasons. [ … ]
On 1 June 2020, the Gukovskaya WPP started supplying electricity and power to the wholesale market for electricity and power (WMEP) with an installed capacity of 100 MW. The wind power plant became the third completed facility of the Wind Energy Development Fund (a joint investment fund created on a parity basis by PJSC Fortum and JSC RUSNANO) in the Rostov Oblast. [ … ]
Pola Maria, the general cargo ship, Russian designation Project RSD59 operated by the Pola Rise (member of the Pola Group, a member of the RAWI), which was built at the Krasnoye Sormovo plant, went on the first flight to Denmark loaded with blades for wind turbines (WT), – Igor Bryzgunov, Chairman of the Russian Association Wind Power Industry, told PortNews Information & Analytical Agency. [ … ]
The Russian Association of Wind Power Industry provides a new service.
The Association will inform RAWI members about current tenders related to the interests of the Association.
An employee of the association will monitor online bidding and promptly inform the members about upcoming tenders for the design, construction, supply of equipment and materials for the construction of wind farms. [ … ]
On May 19, the Russia Renewable Energy Development Association (RREDA) and the Russian Association of Wind Power Industry (RAWI) held a webinar titled “Localisation of the Production of Wind Farms Equipment: What to Expect?” [ … ]
The Russian Ministry of Energy has developed and submitted to the Russian Government a package of regulatory changes aimed at improving mechanisms for renewable energy projects support in retail markets.
The government agency offers a comprehensive approach to the selection and implementation of RES-based generation projects in retail markets, including:
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- transition to technologically neutral selection, in which projects for construction of renewables would compete regardless of the technology used for generation by the criterion of the minimum price of electricity produced from RES, which will reduce the price burden on consumers in a region;
- formation of price for electricity of RES generation objects based on the price in the application submitted by the investor for competitive selection, but not higher than the approved limit level, rather than at regulated tariffs.
The popularity of online events is growing, they have many advantages, the most important of which is the ability to conduct dialogue, ignoring borders, which is very important in today’s situation. [ … ]
The construction company Tetra Stroy has existed since 2008 and, together with Tetra Development, combines several main areas of professional activity:
- Development of the service concept with subsequent planning and design of the architectural design and construction design documentation stages
- turnkey equipment manufacturing and installation
- state expert examination support and assistance in equipment registration with Rostechnadzor (Federal Environmental, Industrial and Nuclear Supervision Service)
- warranty and post-warranty service
- training of customer’s personnel (by the assignment)
The company performs the whole range of works from design to execution and delivery of the object to the customer. [ … ]
How will the unfolding COVID-19 pandemic affect the completion of wind energy projects? What is currently happening at production and construction sites? How will this situation affect the various industries in renewable energy? [ … ]
Russia has developed a strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. Its stated goals look rather modest when compared to those of other countries. It’s about the Russian forests’ real bad shape and the unwillingness to burden the business with new taxes, experts say. [ … ]
Windpower Monthly published an interview with the Chairman of the Board of the RAWI Igor Bryzgunov on March 24.
In an interview with Eugene Gerden, the outlet’s journalist, Igor Bryzgunov spoke about the impact of the coronavirus situation on the development of the Russian wind power industry, about the investment interest in the Russian industry and about the opening of a new promising market based on the results of the RAWI FORUM 2020, “market of voluntary demand”. [ … ]
We are pleased to present you the new member of the RAWI – SEVERIN DEVELOPMENT, an engineering company.
SEVERIN DEVELOPMENT was founded in 2004 and today it is the leader of the Russian market of management and control over construction. [ … ]
Due to the interest of English-speaking participants in the topic of the “Support measures for renewable energy industry: perspectives and international practice”, the webinar will be held in two languages:
03/26/2020 in Russian Registration (for the webinar in Russian)
04/09/2020 in English Registration (for the webinar in English)
The webinar will discuss existing measures to support the development of renewable energy in Russia (with focus on the wind power industry), as well as their further prospects. [ … ]
The webinar will discuss existing measures to support the development of renewable energy in Russia (with emphasis on the wind power industry), as well as the prospects for their further application. [ … ]
Mankiewicz Gebr. & Co. (GmbH & Co.KG) was founded in 1895 and today is represented in 17 countries. Production sites of the company are located in Germany, the USA, China, Brazil, India and Singapore. [ … ]
We are pleased to present you a review of the Russian wind energy market for 2019, which was presented within the framework of the RAWI FORUM 2020. [ … ]
The Adygeyskaya wind power plant began supplying electricity to the wholesale electricity market. The power plant is operated by NovaWind, JSC, a part of Rosatom group.
According to the company’s press service, the capacity of the Adygeyskaya WPP is 150MW. [ … ]
The highest wind turbine in the world, with a tower height of 175m, was put into operation using Peikko Group (member of RAWI) foundation technology.
Installation of the wind turbine required the construction of one central foundation for the tower and three auxiliary foundations to ensure structural stability. [ … ]
LLC VOLT-SPB (Saint-Petersburg-based) is an expert in electrical grounding of objects for fuel and energy and electric power complexes. The company solves resistance reduction tasks at facilities of various complexity levels, from transformer substation to the cross-country gas pipeline, the Power of Siberia. [ … ]
RAWIFORUM 2020 launches a free service for organising business meetings between Forum participants.
You can effectively plan your working time at the forum, find participants of interest for you in advance, agree on the time and topic of negotiations in a dedicated mobile app – Event.Rocks [ … ]
Dr. Roland Roesch, Deputy Director at the Innovation and Technology Center of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), is a new speaker of the forum’s “Wind Energy in Russia: Priority or Experiment?” [ … ]
The largest survey contracting company in the Northwestern Federal District of Russia, specialising in performing complex engineering surveys using the most advanced survey machinery supplied by the best Russian and global manufacturers, has joined the RAWI. [ … ]
Igor Bashmakov, Executive Director of the Russian Centre for Energy Efficiency (CENEf), Doctor of Economics, the recipient of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize as a member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) of the United Nations became a new participant in the “Wind energy and global warming. [ … ]
The world is gradually abandoning the burning of fossil hydrocarbons and is switching to alternative energy sources. In different countries, the process goes differently. Somewhere, for instance in Germany, the share of renewable energy reached 46% in the amount of energy consumption, while somewhere else heating is only provided by coal combustion. [ … ]
Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials, the world’s leading manufacturer of polymer-based solutions for all segments of industry, is a division of Mitusbishi Chemicals. The company is represented in 20 countries and has more than 2 800 employees. [ … ]
Oleg Barkin, Member of the Board of the Assotiation, Deputy Chairman of the Board, NP Market Council, will be the moderator of the “Wind energy market segments in Russia: issues and prospects” session at the RAWI FORUM 2020. [ … ]
The RAWI FORUM 2020 is being held in Moscow on February 19-20 with the support of main media partners.
Russian news agency TASS will tell about the main news of the forum and events in its News section. [ … ]
Founded in 2015 with head office in Moscow and more than 20 offices in Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, as well as representative offices in Poland and UAR (Dubai), Barrus Projects has managed to establish itself as a professional carrier and reliable partner for project cargo transportation throughout Russia and CIS countries. [ … ]
According to the publication by the Russian Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring Russia is getting 2.5 times warmer than the average on Earth. The average annual temperature growth rate in the country is 0.42 degrees Celsius over ten years. [ … ]
Supported by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, ULNANOTECH Ulyanovsk nanotechnology centre, the Russian-German Chamber of Commerce.
Moderators of the sessions are: Jeroen Ketting (the founder of The Lighthousegroupe consulting company), Mikhail Yulkin (Director General of the Environmental Investments Centre), Oleg Barkin (Member of the Board, Deputy Chairman of the Board, NP Market Council), Igor Bryzgunov (Chairman of the Russian Association of Wind Power Industry), Oleg Tokarev (Deputy Director of Department for Engineering and Investment Manufacturing, Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation), Ilya Gordeev (Director General of VES, LLC), Andrey Redkin (Director General of Altren, LLC), Sergey Evmenenko (Chief Commercial Officer of the Heavy world, LLC), Olga Ukhanova (Head of the Wind Energy Technologies Department of the Ulyanovsk State Technical University and the “Wind energy technologies” nanotechnology centre). [ … ]