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Wind   power   is   rapidly   growing   throughout   the   world,   including   in   Russia.   Wind   energy   is   referred   to   as   renewable   energy   and   is   increasingly   referred   to   as   “Green   Energy”.   The only   necessary   resource   for   using   the   energy   produced   by   the   Wind   Power   Plant   (WPP)   is   wind. Thus,   the   use   of   this   type   of   energy   refers   not   only   to   the   economically   beneficial, but   also   to   one   of   the   most   environmentally   friendly.   By   the   end   of   2017,   the   total   installed   capacity   of   all   wind   generators   in   the   world   was   539   gigawatts   and,   thus,   surpassed   the total installed capacity of nuclear energy. Total installed capacity in the world (MW): From the data in the table, the fact of the rapid development of the wind power industry is obvious. The   use   of   industrial   wind   turbines   in   Russia   is   also   gaining   momentum.   So   in   2009,   the   total   installed   capacity   of   wind   power   plants   was   18   MW.   The   largest   wind   power   stations of   Russia   are   located   in   the   Crimea. These   include:   Donuzlavskaya   WPP   (total   capacity   18.7   MW),   Ostaninskaya   WPP   (“Vodenergoremnaladka”)   (26   MW), Tarkhankutskaya   WPP (15.9   MW)   and   East-Crimean   WPP.   In   total,   they   have   522   wind   turbines   with   a   capacity   of   59   MW.   In   Russia,   there   are   other   regions   in   which   wind   power   is   used,   for   example:   in Chukotka,   the   Kaliningrad   region,   the   Republic   of   Bashkortostan,   in   the   Republic   of   Kalmykia,   the   Republic   of   Komi.   Investing   in   the   wind   power   industry   is   not   only   an   efficient and fast-paying project, but also one of the safest.

Promising areas for wind turbines and wind power in Russia:

According   to   a   number   of   Russian   experts,   the   projected   installed   capacity   of   the   Russian   energy   complex   in   the   future   for   2030   will   be   15   GW   in   the   field   of   wind   energy. Moreover,   the   most   promising   in   terms   of   the   development   of   this   type   of   energy   will   be   the   Volgograd   Region   and   the   Krasnodar   Territory,   the   Republic   of   Karelia,   the   Murmansk, Kaliningrad,   Omsk,   Novosibirsk   Regions,   as   well   as   the   Khabarovsk   and   Kamchatka   Territories.   Unlike   most   developed   countries,   centralized   energy   supply   systems   cover   only about   a   third   of   the   territory   of   the   Russian   Federation.   In   70%   of   the   territory   with   population   of   about   20   million   people,   the   settlements   are   supplied   mostly   with   the   help   of autonomous   power   plants.   In   most   cases   at   the   expense   of   expensive   imported   liquid   fuel   or   at   the   expense   of   the   region’s   own   energy   potential   (coal,   peat,   etc.).   This   feature contributes   to   the   competitiveness   of   the   wind   energy   industry.   According   to   a   number   of   specialists,   the   creation   in   Russia   of   large-scale   domestic   wind   energy   industry   is economically efficient for the state, business and the population.

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Wind   power   is   rapidly   growing   throughout   the   world,   including   in   Russia.   Wind   energy   is   referred   to   as   renewable energy   and   is   increasingly   referred   to   as   “Green   Energy”.   The   only   necessary   resource   for   using   the   energy produced   by   the   Wind   Power   Plant   (WPP)   is   wind.   Thus,   the   use   of   this   type   of   energy   refers   not   only   to   the economically   beneficial,   but   also   to   one   of   the   most   environmentally   friendly.   By   the   end   of   2017,   the   total installed   capacity   of   all   wind   generators   in   the   world   was   539   gigawatts   and,   thus,   surpassed   the   total   installed capacity of nuclear energy. Total installed capacity in the world (MW): From the data in the table, the fact of the rapid development of the wind power industry is obvious. The   use   of   industrial   wind   turbines   in   Russia   is   also   gaining   momentum.   So   in   2009,   the   total   installed   capacity   of wind   power   plants   was   18   MW.   The   largest   wind   power   stations   of   Russia   are   located   in   the   Crimea.   These include:   Donuzlavskaya   WPP   (total   capacity   18.7   MW),   Ostaninskaya   WPP   (“Vodenergoremnaladka”)   (26   MW), Tarkhankutskaya   WPP   (15.9   MW)   and   East-Crimean   WPP.   In   total,   they   have   522   wind   turbines   with   a   capacity of   59   MW.   In   Russia,   there   are   other   regions   in   which   wind   power   is   used,   for   example:   in   Chukotka,   the Kaliningrad   region,   the   Republic   of   Bashkortostan,   in   the   Republic   of   Kalmykia,   the   Republic   of   Komi.   Investing   in the wind power industry is not only an efficient and fast-paying project, but also one of the safest.

Promising areas for wind turbines and wind power in Russia:

According   to   a   number   of   Russian   experts,   the   projected   installed   capacity   of   the   Russian   energy   complex   in   the future   for   2030   will   be   15   GW   in   the   field   of   wind   energy.   Moreover,   the   most   promising   in   terms   of   the development   of   this   type   of   energy   will   be   the   Volgograd   Region   and   the   Krasnodar   Territory,   the   Republic   of Karelia,   the   Murmansk,   Kaliningrad,   Omsk,   Novosibirsk   Regions,   as   well   as   the   Khabarovsk   and   Kamchatka Territories.   Unlike   most   developed   countries,   centralized   energy   supply   systems   cover   only   about   a   third   of   the territory   of   the   Russian   Federation.   In   70%   of   the   territory   with   population   of   about   20   million   people,   the settlements   are   supplied   mostly   with   the   help   of   autonomous   power   plants.   In   most   cases   at   the   expense   of expensive   imported   liquid   fuel   or   at   the   expense   of   the   region’s   own   energy   potential   (coal,   peat,   etc.).   This feature   contributes   to   the   competitiveness   of   the   wind   energy   industry.   According   to   a   number   of   specialists,   the creation   in   Russia   of   large-scale   domestic   wind   energy   industry   is   economically   efficient   for   the   state,   business and the population.

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Wind   power   is   rapidly   growing   throughout the     world,     including     in     Russia.     Wind energy   is   referred   to   as   renewable   energy and   is   increasingly   referred   to   as   “Green Energy”.   The   only   necessary   resource   for using   the   energy   produced   by   the   Wind Power   Plant   (WPP)   is   wind.   Thus,   the   use of   this   type   of   energy   refers   not   only   to   the economically   beneficial,   but   also   to   one   of the   most   environmentally   friendly.   By   the end   of   2017,   the   total   installed   capacity   of all   wind   generators   in   the   world   was   539 gigawatts   and,   thus,   surpassed   the   total installed   capacity   of   nuclear   energy.   Total installed capacity in the world (MW): From the data in the table, the fact of the rapid development of the wind power industry is obvious. The    use    of    industrial    wind    turbines    in Russia   is   also   gaining   momentum.   So   in 2009,   the   total   installed   capacity   of   wind power    plants    was    18    MW.    The    largest wind   power   stations   of   Russia   are   located in        the        Crimea.        These        include: Donuzlavskaya   WPP   (total   capacity   18.7 MW),                Ostaninskaya                WPP (“Vodenergoremnaladka”)        (26        MW), Tarkhankutskaya    WPP    (15.9    MW)    and East-Crimean   WPP.   In   total,   they   have   522 wind   turbines   with   a   capacity   of   59   MW.   In Russia,   there   are   other   regions   in   which wind     power     is     used,     for     example:     in Chukotka,     the     Kaliningrad     region,     the Republic   of   Bashkortostan,   in   the   Republic of     Kalmykia,     the     Republic     of     Komi. Investing   in   the   wind   power   industry   is   not only   an   efficient   and   fast-paying   project, but also one of the safest.

Promising areas for wind turbines

and wind power in Russia:

According   to   a   number   of   Russian   experts, the    projected    installed    capacity    of    the Russian   energy   complex   in   the   future   for 2030   will   be   15   GW   in   the   field   of   wind energy.   Moreover,   the   most   promising   in terms   of   the   development   of   this   type   of energy   will   be   the   Volgograd   Region   and the    Krasnodar    Territory,    the    Republic    of Karelia,      the      Murmansk,      Kaliningrad, Omsk,   Novosibirsk   Regions,   as   well   as   the Khabarovsk    and    Kamchatka    Territories. Unlike        most        developed        countries, centralized   energy   supply   systems   cover only   about   a   third   of   the   territory   of   the Russian   Federation.   In   70%   of   the   territory with   population   of   about   20   million   people, the   settlements   are   supplied   mostly   with the   help   of   autonomous   power   plants.   In most   cases   at   the   expense   of   expensive imported   liquid   fuel   or   at   the   expense   of the    region’s    own    energy    potential    (coal, peat,   etc.).   This   feature   contributes   to   the competitiveness      of      the      wind      energy industry.     According     to     a     number     of specialists,   the   creation   in   Russia   of   large- scale    domestic    wind    energy    industry    is economically      efficient      for      the      state, business and the population.

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