Enel Russia signs deal to expand renewables development in Tatarstan


Enel Russia has signed an agreement with the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Republic of Tatarstan to expand the development of renewable energy.

The government will provide administrative assistance to Enel Russia to accelerate the development of wind energy projects.

Administrative assistance will include assistance with the land, grid connection and examination of the future possibility to recognise the projects.

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The projects will be developed by Enel Green Power Rus in Kamsko-Ustyinsky, Verkhneuslonsky, Atninsky, Yelabuzhsky and Chistopolsky Districts of the Republic of Tatarstan.

Carlo Palasciano Villamagna, Enel country manager in Russia, said: “The Republic of Tatarstan has an enormous potential in renewables with its abundant natural resources. With the expertise and leadership of the Enel Group’s renewable energy business line, Enel Green Power, we are willing to contribute to the development of RES projects in the region and further promote its more sustainable energy mix.”

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PJSC Enel Russia is currently implementing three wind projects Azov Wind Farm (90 MW), Kola Wind Farm (201 MW ) and Rodnikovskaya wind farm (71 MW) for a total of €495 million ($533 million) for Russia’s wholesale energy market.

The projects are in line with the Enel Group’s overall target to fully decarbonise its generation mix by 2050.