Six new Solar Power Plants start supplying electricity in Russia
The new Solar Power Plants (SPP) built in 2017 by Hevel Group in Russia have started the schedules power deliveries into the grid. Non-Commercial Partnership Administrator of the Trade System of the Wholesale Power Market of the Unified Energy System (ATS corporation) has formally notified Hevel Group that since December 01 this year their six solar power plants are entitled with the right to enter the wholesale electricity and capacity market as load participants.
The three solar power plants – Pugachyovsky SPP, Orlov-Gai SPP (the Saratov region), the Isyangulovo SPP (the Republic of Bashkortostan) – have launched the power supplies in the first pricing zone of the Wholesale Electricity and Capacity Market («Europe»). The Mayma SPP, the Onguday SPP (the Altai Republic) and the Bichura SPP (the Republic of Buryatia) are supplying power in the second pricing zone («Siberia»).
In 2017 the total volume of the solar on the Russian wholesale market is 224 MW. In 2018-2023 additional 1,5 GW of solar power will be added to the wholesale market.
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