The next part of Vestas' Russian gigawatt-sized order has been green-lighted. The investment fund made up of Fortum and Rusnano has made a final investment decision to approve installation of a 200 MW farm in the Rostov region, announces Fortum.
With the decision the second stage of the 1,000 MW Finnish / Russian joint venture secured itself in last year's Russian offshore wind tender, four times larger than the first project. At the end of 2017, the installation of a 50 MW project was launched. While it is expected to begin operations at a point in time in the first half of next year, Fortum plans for the 200 MW project to begin production one year later.
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