Russia has proposed to tender off almost a GW of solar and wind power next year, announced Russia's First Deputy Energy Minister Alexei Texler, during last week's Russian Energy Week, where he revealed the expected extent and technological distribution.
"57 MW – by the sun, 899 MW – in the wind (wind farm)," he said, according to the Russian Association of Wind Power Industry (RAWI). He then responded "probably yes" to the question of whether all these volumes will be put up for tender in 2018.
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