This news is classified in: Sustainable Energy Wind
Apr 13, 2023
ROSATOM’s wind power division NovaWind has started to supply wind-generated power to the power utility company Petroelectrosbyt (PES), enabling it to provide customers with ‘green’ electricity generated at wind power plants. Earlier, PES signed a contract with VetroSGC-2 (part of NovaWind) for the supply of 1.8 million kWh of electricity from the Berestovskaya Wind Farm.
The signing of the agreement gives the power supply organization the opportunity to provide its customers with "green" electricity produced by wind farms.
“ROSATOM continues to pursue its low-carbon transition policy, making a sizeable contribution to the achievement of global climate goals. This contract is yet another proof that we are committed to working with the companies that choose to optimise their processes and minimise environmental impact. We are also committed to improving our own environmental performance and expanding our low-carbon generation capacity. I am sure that our green strategy will help us attract even more companies determined to make their businesses more sustainable in the long term,” NovaWind CEO Grigoriy Nazarov noted.
“The trend for carbon footprint reduction is sure to continue in the long term. This is why Petroelectrosbyt pays much attention to the customer demand for sustainable development and green transition. With this contract, we can supply electricity from renewable sources on demand. We are doing our best to be a partner that is easy to work with and ready to follow the latest trends by embracing advanced power grid technologies,” Alexey Murovets, General Director of PES, said.