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Russia plans combined heat and power upgrades

The Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation has published ‘fundamental principles’ for its modernization program of combined heat and power stations, Decentralized Energy reports.

The plan to upgrade the facilities is scheduled for 2022-2035 period, with modernization of up to 76 GW per year scheduled until 2035.

The commissioning based on the annual auction will amount to 4GW.

Read more at Decentralized Energy (Diarmaid Williams)

Publication date: 1/23/2018

 


 

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