03:50 GMT28 January 2021
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    The Russian authorities plan to built 13 hydroelectric power stations and 15 wind power plants with power capacity of over 100 MW across the country, a power development plan released by the Russian government on Tuesday said.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — In Russia's Kabardino-Balkaria, the first hydroelectric power plant Goluboye Ozero will be put in operation in 2016 to produce 110 MW of power. Two more dams with total power capacity of 284 MW are set to follow until 2020, according to the document.

    The plan provides that first three wind power plants as strong as 100 MW or more will be put in operation in the Russian Republic of Adygea in 2017.


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