A 20 MW solar project featuring heterojunction modules is the first one of its kind in Russia. Hevel announces further expansion of its HJT module production to 220 MW.
The Zavodskaya SPS solar project was built with 56,626 modules manufactured by Solar Systems at its production plant in Yelabuga municipal district of the Republic of Tatarstan.
The plant is part of a 165 MW PV project pipeline that the company is developing in Russia’s Astrakhan region.
The Russian module maker is planning to build several hybrid solar-diesel power plants in the Tyva Republic, southern Siberia.
The 1.5 billion RUB ($25.3 million) project is scheduled to come online within two months. The Russian module maker has currently built around 50% of the facility.
The Russian solar firm has begun manufacturing heterojunction solar modules at its PV plant in Novocheboksarsk in the Chuvash Republic, thereby doubling its output capacity to 160 MW.
The plant, which will be located in the Volgograd region, is Hevel’s first solar project in the region. With this new project, Lukoil’s installed solar capacity will near 30 MW.
The Russian hydroelectric power producer will install more stand-alone PV plants in Yacutia’s remote areas with no access to the electricity network.
The auction was open to solar, wind and hydropower. Projects selected in the tender must be commissioned between 2018 and 2022.
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