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LCOE of off-grid solar-plus-storage in Russia’s remote areas ranges between $0.19 and $0.29/kWh

Off-grid PV has become a much more viable solution than diesel power generators to bring electricity to Russia’s remotest regions. Furthermore, solar-plus-storage is able to deliver with no interruption 24 hours per day and seven days per week, while fuel availability means diesel power can only ensure between four and seven hours per day.

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Russian Far East sees 75 MW of large scale solar come online

Five PV power plants, each with a generation capacity of 15 MW, were grid-connected in the Russian Republic of Buryatia and the Zabaikalsky Territory. The projects were built under a program which offers generators capacity payments and the ability to trade on the wholesale energy market.

Five solar projects planned in Russian Far East

An Austro-Russian conglomerate says 75 MW of new solar capacity will be commissioned by the end of November.

Russian region of Kalmykia to host 75 MW of solar

Russian module maker and project developer Hevel intends to deploy 75 MW of capacity by 2022 in the region, which has poor connections with the country’s national grid

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