Russia plans to build 13 hydroelectric power plants and 15 wind turbines by the year 2030.
The Russian government, as stated in its development plan of energy production, plans by 2030 to build 13 hydroelectric power plants and 15 wind turbines with individual power greater than 100 MW.
The first of these power stations will be put into operation this year in the Kabardino-Balkar Republic in the Caucasus, and will have the power of 110 MW.
Up to 2020 will be put into operation two hydroelectric power plants of 284 MW.
Of wind turbines shall the first three individual 100 MW be built by 2017 in the Republic of Adygea, also in the Caucasus, says Russian portal ‘Sputnik News’.