Adygea wind farm

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Other names: Shovgenovsky

Adygea wind farm is an operating wind farm in Giaginsky District, Adygea, Republic of Adygea, Russia.


Project Details

Table 1: Phase-level project details for Adygea wind farm

Phase name Status Commissioning year Nameplate capacity Mount type Owner Operator
1 Operating[1] 2020[2] 32 MW[1] Onshore Rosatom[3] NovaWind[2]
2 Development[1] 2020[1] 59 MW[1] Onshore Rosatom[4] NovaWind[2]
3 Development[1] 2020[2] 59 MW[1] Onshore Rosatom[5] NovaWind[2]

Location

Table 2: Phase-level location details for Adygea wind farm

Phase name Location Coordinates (WGS 84)
1 Giaginsky District, Adygea, Republic Of Adygea, Russia[6][2] 44.974, 40.058 (exact)[6]
2 Giaginsky District, Adygea, Republic Of Adygea, Russia[6][2] 44.974, 40.058 (exact)[6]
3 Giaginsky District, Adygea, Republic Of Adygea, Russia[6][2] 44.974, 40.058 (exact)[6]

The map below shows the exact locations of the wind farm phases:

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Background

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Additional data

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References

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  5. "Rosatom State Atomiс Energy Corporation ROSATOM global leader in nuclear technologies nuclear energy". Archived from the original on July 20, 2021. Retrieved August 24, 2021.
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