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Russian CHP plant gets approval for 450 MW modernization project

The RF Government Commission on Power Industry Development approved the upgrades for three generation units at the Krasnodar combined heat and power (CHP) plant. The CHP plant is owned by LUKOIL's wholly owned subsidiary, LUKOIL-Kubanenergo.

Siemens Gamesa signs second Russia wind deal with Enel

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has won an order from Enel Russia for 201 MW of wind turbines.

Enel Russia in talks over use of power equipment

Enel is currently in talks with Russian energy ministry over the possibility of using foreign-made equipment under the country's new modernization program.

Russia envisions digital plus for energy

The digital transformation of the Russian economy has been identified as one of the key themes of a major economic forum, with energy singled out for attention.

Russian grid operator in talks with GE as government targets digital and distributed energy

Federal Grid Company (FGC UES) and GE Grid Solutions are in talks on the development of electrical equipment production in Russia.

Russia outlines potential $620bn spend in power infrastructure upgrade

The Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation has presented its financial estimates for modernization and greenfield development in the power generation sector until 2035.

Russia plans combined heat and power upgrades

The Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation has published â€Ëœfundamental principles' for its modernization program of combined heat and power stations.

MHI to license carbon capture technology to Russian firm

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is set to license its flue gas carbon capture technology to a Russian chemicals firm after concluding an agreement this week.

Fortum and Rusnano move ahead with 50 MW windfarm in Russia

Fortum and Russia's state-owned high-tech development firm Rusnano are moving ahead this week with plans to build a 50 MW windfarm in Russia. 

India and Russia to build Bangladesh nuclear power plant

India's first nuclear power project on foreign soil will be a collaboration with Russia on a plant in Bangladesh. 

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