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Egypt signs agreement with Russia to build first nuclear power plant

Egypt has signed a deal to use Russian investment to develop the country's first nuclear power plant at Dabaa, on the Mediterranean coast.

Russian court denies Siemens request to seize gas turbines

A court in Moscow has rejected a plea by Siemens to seize gas turbines made by the company, which were sent to the Crimea in violation of European Union sanctions.

Siemens withdraws from JV in response to illegal Russian turbine delivery

Siemens is to withdraw from the Interautimatika joint venture, in which it holds a 46 per cent stake, after â€Ëœcredible' evidence emerged that its equipment was illegally diverted to a power project in the Crimea, in contravention of sanctions against Russia.

Russian agri-business benefits from CHP

The APK group (AgroPromKomplektatsiya), one of the leading agricultural enterprises in the swine, beef and milk market in Russia recently commissioned its newest meat processing plant called KMPZ at Kursk, with combined heat and power back boning its operations.

First GE 9HA gas turbine in Russia comes online at CHP plant

The first GE 9HA gas turbine to be deployed in Russia has entered operation at a combined heat and power plant in Tatarstan.

First GE 9HA gas turbine in Russia goes operational

The first GE 9HA gas turbine to be deployed in Russia has entered operation.

$347m Russian-Chinese CHP plant nears start date

A 450 MW combined heat and power plant, hailed as a pilot in Russia-China cooperation, is finally set to be brought on online, after six years of delays.

Russian renewable energy potential going unexploited

Renewable energy could account for as much as 11.3 per cent of Russian's power generation mix by 2030, but has so far remained badly underdeveloped, according to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).

Russia’s $1.3bn Crimean power plan bedeviled by sanctions

The Russian government's $1.3bn plan to build two new gas-fired power plants in the recently-annexed Crimea region has run into problems as a result of international sanctions.

Fortum to develop wind power in Russia

Finland's Fortum and Russian state-owned high-tech development firm Rusnano have established a 50/50 investment partnership to develop wind power capacity in Russia. 

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