With 38 GW installed electricity generation capacity, RusHydro is one of Russia’s largest power generating companies.
Including the Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP, the largest in Russia, the Company has over 60 renewable energy source (RES) facilities: 9 power stations in the Volga-Kama Cascade with a total installed capacity of more than 10,273 MW, the Zeiskaya HPP (1,330 MW) – the first large-scale hydro-power plant in the Russian Far East, the Bureiskaya HPP (2,010 MW), the Novosibirsk HPP (475 MW) and tens of HPPs in the North Caucasus.
The Company’s assets also feature geothermal power plants in Kamchatka and the highly maneuverable Zagorskaya Pumped Storage Hydropower Plant (PSPP) in the Moscow Region.
SUEK is one of the world’s largest integrated energy companies, the leading coal, heat and electricity producer and one of the largest railcar and port operators in Russia. Our competitive strengths include: vertically-integrated business model with large, high-quality coal deposits, cost-efficient mining and modern quality-assured washing plants, highly efficient power generating units, own logistics and distribution network; wide variety of coals with less than average content of Sulphur and Nitrogen; favourable geographic locations and presence in all key markets.
GE Renewable Energy has announced that it plans by 2030 to begin production of zero-waste wind turbine blades. Zero-waste production will be undertaken by the company’s affiliate, LM Wind Power, by overseeing purchases of necessary materials and pledging to “reuse, repurpose, recycle or recover all the excess materials from manufacturing of blades, giving up on landfilling and incineration as waste management solutions”.
From January to September 2021, Russian giant Gazprom increased exports to Europe by 14 % (to 175.7 billion cu.m.) compared to the same period of the 2020. Physical supplies to ex-Soviet states over the first nine months climbed by 13 % (to 24.1 billion cu.m.) and on the domestic market, the rise was 12.5 % (to 170 billion cu.m.).
The British government intends to require builders to install charging points for electric vehicles on new homes.