NovaWind gets building permit for 60-MW wind project in Russia
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Russian wind energy developer VetroSGC-2 has secured a construction permit to launch the 60-MW (megawatt) Medvezhenskaya wind farm project in Stavropol Krai, a region in southern Russia, according to a report by Renewables Now.
The company is part of NovaWind JSC, the wind power division of Russian nuclear energy corporation Rosatom, which recently commissioned the 210-MW Kochubeyevskaya wind farm, the largest in the country. The new wind farm will consist of 24 2.5 MW turbines.
Medvezhenskaya is the latest project for NovaWind in Stavropol Krai. The company also has two other wind projects totaling some 180 MW under construction in the area.
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