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The Khabarovsk region and the Unified Energy System of Russia have inked an investment policy agreement
The Khabarovsk region and the Unified Energy System of Russia have inked an investment policy agreement. The region’s governor Viktor Ishayev and the chief of Russia’s state-run energy monopoly Anatoly Chubais put their signatures to the document obliging to implement joint programs on energy development and efficient use of energy resources. “Our cooperation enters a qualitatively new level. High on the agenda are development and construction of new facilities,” Chubais said. Among large-scale projects he mentioned the construction of the Urgalsky thermal power plant with potential capacity of 3,600 megawatts that will have no equals in the Far East. Chubais pointed out that the investment volumes, the terms of construction and operation will be finalized by June. “I mean transition from the energy reform to the construction of new facilities on the basis of modernization results. We set a new task – energy development,” he said. Ishayev believes that energy development as a key economic sector “is not only a technological, but also a political task.” Economic growth, new jobs and decent wages will help resolve the region’s pressing problem – depopulation of the Far East.
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