Belarus, Minsk, degassing station at the Trostenets SDW landfill, electric power is 3.5 MW, it is operated. Subsequent construction stages in 2017 – 2019, power improvement up to 5.8 MW.
Belarus, Minsk, degassing station at the Severniy SDW landfill, designed electric power is 5.6 MW
Russia, Saint-Petersburg, Novoselki SDW landfill, at the design and construction stage. The total designed power is 9.8 MW.
The first stage — 5.6 MW — the planned commissioning period — 2018
The second stage — 4.2 MW — the planned commissioning period — 2019
Biogas plants ensure the disposal of waste, produce biogas, electric power and thermal energy, heat, and high-quality fertiliser, and reduce methane emissions. As these aspects are of critical importance in environmental protection and the conservation of energy resources, we have already successfully completed a range of projects in this field.
A number of these projects are listed below:
Belarus, Snov 2.9 MW biogas plant, in operation
Сommissioning – 2011, modernization – 2013
Belarus, Lan-Neswish, Neswish region, 1.4 MW biogas plant, in operation
Belarus, Minsk, Trostenets Photovoltaic solar station, at the nonworking ground, 2.0 MW, initial operation – 2018
Belarus, Mogilev Photovoltaic solar station, 1.6 MW, initial operation – 2018
Belarus, Nesvizh Photovoltaic solar station, 1.6 MW, initial operation – 2018
Belarus, Vitebsk Photovoltaic solar station, 1.6 MW, initial operation – 2018
Belarus, Mogilev Wind Farm 3.5 MW, initial operation – 2019
Further projects are at the design stage
Russia, the Republic of Buryatia
The Republic of Buryatia has the largest fresh water reserve in the world – 24 million m3.
336 rivers flow into Lake Baikal.
The total capacity of mini hydro power plants planned by us, which will be built on 10 rivers, will be approximately 20 MW.
Currently we are taking measures to obtain building permits.