Russia's largest solar power plant launched in Russia


Burzyanskaya SES, built in Bashkortostan, is considered the largest solar power plant in Russia. Recently, it was put into operation.


This was reported on the Rusnano website.

The station capacity is 10 MW. The Liotech Novosibirsk plant, together with the Energy Storage Systems (SNE) company, equipped the Burzyanskaya SES with energy storage devices with a total capacity of 8 MWh. They are considered the most powerful in Russia. Both companies are part of the Rusnano structure. The contribution of SNE is also in the development of intelligent solutions based on lithium-ion cells.

In addition, the Hevel Group of Companies, another Rusnano subsidiary producing solar modules, acted as an investor in the project.

During the operation of the station, the automation selects the optimal operating mode. By analyzing numerous parameters, she independently chooses the time of power supply to the network and the time of its accumulation. The new power plant will provide energy to the entire Burzyansky district of Bashkiria. In case of emergencies or scheduled repairs on power lines SES is able to switch to offline mode.

The launch of the new facility was highly appreciated by the chairman of the board of Rusnano Anatoly Chubais:

For remote territories, such solutions are not only cost savings for expensive diesel fuel, but also a guarantee of uninterrupted energy supply based on green energy.
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  1. Klingon 27 February 2020 13: 36 New
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    pleased with the photo of snow-covered solar panels. wassat And why didn’t they build it in Crimea or the Caucasus, for example, where there are an order of magnitude more sunny days in a year? I lived in Bashkiria in the agrarian university in Ufa studied. honestly summer can stand out so-so, with a couple of weeks of sun and the rest of the days gloomyak and dub wassat
    1. Shurik70 27 February 2020 13: 43 New
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      Quote: Klingon
      pleased with the photo of snow-covered solar panels. wassat

      Same feeling laughing
      1. Olgovich 27 February 2020 13: 52 New
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        Quote: Shurik70
        pleased with the photo covered with snow solar panels.

        Same feeling

        1. I wonder how much does this project cost, the payback period, battery life and cost of disposal?
        I am 100% sure that, with a full calculation, ordinary e / energy is much more profitable.

        and Red-just washes grandmas.


        2. It is also interesting what kind of energy “storage” is such that it can smooth and compensate for consumption / weather / night peaks?

        That's the whole world is a big problem ...
        1. cniza 27 February 2020 13: 56 New
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          Quote: Klingon
          pleased with the photo of snow-covered solar panels. wassat And why didn’t they build it in Crimea or the Caucasus, for example, where there are an order of magnitude more sunny days in a year? I lived in Bashkiria in the agrarian university in Ufa studied. honestly summer can stand out so-so, with a couple of weeks of sun and the rest of the days gloomyak and dub wassat


          They have enough daylight ...
          1. Svarog 27 February 2020 14: 04 New
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            Quote: cniza
            Quote: Klingon
            pleased with the photo of snow-covered solar panels. wassat And why didn’t they build it in Crimea or the Caucasus, for example, where there are an order of magnitude more sunny days in a year? I lived in Bashkiria in the agrarian university in Ufa studied. honestly summer can stand out so-so, with a couple of weeks of sun and the rest of the days gloomyak and dub wassat


            They have enough daylight ...

            Not enough .. the efficiency in this case will be very low ..
            1. cniza 27 February 2020 14: 10 New
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              And low temperature is only a plus of performance. Because high surface temperature reduces the efficiency of the panel (this is physics). This is a word about the Crimea and the Caucasus. In hot regions, the temperature in the summer on the surface of the module easily rises to 75g. and higher. In this case, the efficiency can be reduced by 25%.


              I will not retype.
              1. Svarog 27 February 2020 14: 15 New
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                When the panel is covered with snow, it does not work .. and then:
                A common solar cell in a solar panel is a thin plate of two silicon layers, each of which has its own physical properties. This is a classic semiconductor pn junction with electron-hole pairs.

                When photons hit the PEC between these layers of the semiconductor due to the inhomogeneity of the crystal, a gate photo-emf is formed, resulting in a potential difference and an electron current.

                That sunlight is needed .. here is the link if interested:
                https://sovet-ingenera.com/eco-energy/sun/princip-raboty-solnechnoj-batarei.html
            2. Zhelezyakin 27 February 2020 14: 48 New
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              The efficiency of solar panels is extremely low.
            3. Machito 27 February 2020 16: 31 New
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              Another cut dough nanochubaysom.
              Anapa has 270 sunny days a year. And Chubais is ready to build solar power plants that have no analogues in the world beyond the Arctic Circle.
              1. Lexus 27 February 2020 16: 59 New
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                And Chubais is ready to build solar power plants that have no analogues in the world beyond the Arctic Circle.

                Obviously, on "windmills" it is more difficult to interrupt Chinese nameplates. Yes, and flawed returns / effectiveness can always be blamed on "abnormal" weather, if that. wink
        2. Ka-52 27 February 2020 14: 01 New
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          I wonder how much this project costs

          100 MW SES costs about 160 million dollars.
          I am 100% sure that, with a full calculation, ordinary e / energy is much more profitable.

          unconditionally. But she is often not there where she is needed. For example, in Altai. Or Astrakhan-Kalmyk units
          and Red-just washes grandmas.

          Chubais has nothing to do with it. This is Vekselberg's feeding trough. He owns the assets of Havel.
          Still interesting, what kind of energy “storage” is such that it can smooth out and compensate for consumption / weather / night peaks?

          conventional ab
          1. Olgovich 27 February 2020 14: 16 New
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            Quote: Ka-52
            unconditionally. But her often not therewhere she is needed. For example, in Altai. Or Astrakhan-Kalmyk unit
            А there, in edren 1,6 billion rubles for the SES building? no
            Quote: Ka-52
            Chubais has nothing to do with it. This is Vekselberg's feeding trough. He owns the assets of Havel.

            From the article:
            Hevel Group of Companies acted as an investor in the project - more aboutthe bottom of the Rusnano daughter, producing solar modules.

            Rosnana is Chubais (also mentioned in the article)
            1. Constructor68 27 February 2020 17: 22 New
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              Rusnano sold its stake
            2. Ka-52 28 February 2020 05: 02 New
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              And there, in edrenes, is 1,6 billion rubles for the SES building?

              you probably in what your imagination imagined that Kalmykia, Astrakhan and Orenburg reg. these are independent states. With own treasury. laughing In general, energy supply projects in the region are carried out under federal articles.
              From the article:
              Hevel Group of Companies, another Rusnano subsidiary producing solar modules, acted as an investor in the project.

              Rosnana is Chubais (also mentioned in the article)

              the article says a lot of stupidity. I have already written here more than once that 75% of the renewable energy sector of the Russian Federation belongs to Vekselberg (through Hevel and T +), and another 25% is a joint venture jointly owned by the Chinese - Solar Systems. All.
            3. Simargl 28 February 2020 07: 58 New
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              And there, in edrenes, is 1,6 billion rubles for the SES building?

              Burzyansky district of Bashkiria - 17 people. Do they, I see, have these 000 rubles per person?
              1. Ka-52 28 February 2020 12: 10 New
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                Burzyansky district of Bashkiria - 17 people. Do they, I see, have these 000 rubles per person?

                Interestingly, do you seriously believe that in the Russian Federation 17 people should live in the 000th century, not having the opportunity to use electricity? Or do you spit on a warm couch from a warm sofa? The fact that in some remote areas in villages in the 19st century, electricity is turned on for 21-2 per day? Or scamming up so much fun writing from a gadget that is charging on a citywide network .... And I was still surprised at the Ukrainians who were ready to tear their citizens with Diamond Princess. Here we have the same
                1. Simargl 28 February 2020 14: 13 New
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                  Quote: Ka-52
                  Or do you spit on a warm couch from a warm sofa?
                  Do you pretend or really can only read letters?
        3. dauria 27 February 2020 14: 16 New
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          and Red-just washes grandmas.


          It would be better to get down to business - set up the production of the most ordinary lithium batteries for household appliances. From flashlights to smartphones. Tired of ordering every time on Aliexpress and overpaying 25-50% of the manufacturer's price to Russian Post for delivery.

          And for the cut, I can throw an idea - to drill a well to magma (only 15 km wassat ), pour water, get steam for turbines for free. Go ahead, you can handle the budget.
          1. Malyuta 27 February 2020 15: 37 New
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            It would be better to get busy - set up production

            The most important matter of his life is the destruction of the heritage of the USSR, robbery, cut, rollback.
            1. Lexus 27 February 2020 16: 56 New
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              But how much pathos! "The most powerful in Russia" - how it sounds! And by world standards - so-so, "burping." Already competing with Honduras?

              And by the way, for some reason, all normal solar power plants are being erected in the "southern" regions (closer to the equator).winked
              1. Constructor68 27 February 2020 17: 26 New
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                for some reason, all normal solar power plants are being built in the "southern" regions (closer to the equator).

                Why do you always write nonsense, without even thinking, not? In Europe, in particular Germany, as well as in England it is full of solar power plants. Probably these countries are located right at the equator laughing fool
                1. Lexus 27 February 2020 17: 52 New
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                  And there is a lot of snow in Europe? Didn’t you read the link? You probably don’t even know how to do it. For information, in the UK, 1 kWh produced by solar power plants accounts for 6 kWh of "wind". Therefore, "goof it" and download further like this laughing fool, only it will not help you anymore.
                  1. Ka-52 28 February 2020 04: 39 New
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                    Lexus (Alex) Yesterday, 17:5

                    And there is a lot of snow in Europe? Didn’t you read the link? You probably don’t even know how to do it. For information, in the UK, 1 kWh produced by solar power plants accounts for 6 kWh of "wind". Therefore, "goof it" and download on like laughing fool, only this will not help you anymore.

                    let's not talk about snow and solar energy because of your stupidity and lack of professionalism. What is the calculation of snow and wind loads, the natural sliding of snow and k, taking into account snow drift, the regulations of the SES, as well as the efficiency of photovoltaic modules, you hardly know. All data is in SNiP and SP. And these are the documents governing any construction activity in Russia. But you can continue to crow about Chubais, kickbacks and “hit” everyone with squeezes from Wikis, in which you only excuses unless you understand. You have such a role in
                    ps by the way, for you and other couch analysts - Chubais and Rusnano is not connected with HAVEL. At the starting stage, Rusnano invested in Havel, and subsequently sold its stake. Havel now belongs to Vekselberg. But this clarification is probably to you like a fifth wheel cart. The main thing for you is to fulfill your cocks wassat
                    1. Lexus 28 February 2020 05: 10 New
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                      I know yours more. Especially how joint ventures are written and "respected." You can hang them, with brochures and a projector on your neck, arrange for migrant workers and "oiled supervisors" to watch "Time Ahead # ..." at a nearby construction site. You will find yourself in a "worthy" company. Be sure to download and shout "Urya!" Yes, do not try on your role to me and crow without me too. stop
            2. Simargl 28 February 2020 14: 18 New
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              Quote: Malyuta
              The most important thing in his life is the destruction of the heritage of the USSR
              Which of the legacy of the USSR do you feel so sorry for? What remains of pre-revolutionary Russia? Or what was brought by reparations?
              So both of them worked five times.
              I don’t know how at the enterprises of the military-industrial complex, but on those that produced consumer goods I saw 80th-century aggregates! This is the end of the XNUMXs ...
        4. knn54 27 February 2020 14: 17 New
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          It somehow becomes uncomfortable after the pension reform and Chubais’s statement about the money of the Pension Fund for the construction of "green energy".
          From the moment of the collapse of the USSR, wherever it is, persistently climbs into the energy sector.
          And what area was allocated among the unique steppe at 8 MW / h?
          1. Zoldat_A 27 February 2020 14: 52 New
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            Quote: knn54
            It somehow becomes uncomfortable after the pension reform and Chubais’s statement about the money of the Pension Fund for the construction of "green energy".

            If Chubais says that in the cold you need to dress warmer - I even then will not believe anything from his filthy mouth.
          2. raif 27 February 2020 23: 08 New
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            “The relief of the region is predominantly low-mountain, strongly dissected, represented by meridionally elongated ridges and intermountain depressions” - and so there is no land, they also gave it away for this SES. I live 100 km to the east - there isn’t such a sunny summer there. By the way, here some clever man remembered about "ordinary AB" - is it serious? sho he means by "ordinary" - explain who the thread
        5. Zoldat_A 27 February 2020 14: 48 New
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          Quote: Olgovich
          I wonder how much does this project cost, its payback period, battery life and cost of disposal?
          I am 100% sure that, with a full calculation, ordinary e / energy is much more profitable.

          and Red-just washes grandmas.

          Redhead was already showing Medvedev an anti-vandal light bulb in the stairwell. Do not break, do not unscrew - beauty! For 6,5 tyr rubles. Medvedev only gasped with admiration, but for some reason I remembered Manilov.

          And in the case - they threw me here with “sleepers” when I said that I wanted to put the windmill on, then I took the calculator, calculated its cost, the cost of drives and other things, divided all this into its capacity and refused.
          I am 100% sure that, with a full calculation, ordinary e / energy is much more profitable.


          And he also said that this summer I would venture to a new whim - I will take a calculator and calculate the same for solar panels. Suddenly, is it not so deplorable? In principle, of course, I will not be able to cover the hectares with panels, there is nowhere, but from 100 to 200 square meters - easily.
          It only seems to me that 4 with a small ruble per kilowatt, as I am now paying for electricity, is unlikely to be.
          1. dauria 27 February 2020 15: 46 New
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            And he also said that this summer I would venture to a new whim - I will take a calculator and calculate the same for solar panels. Suddenly, is it not so deplorable?


            It will turn out to be disastrous. For electricity "from the wires" is now even cheaper than in the USSR. And then the old women in the villages turned on the electric stove extremely rarely - it was cheaper to cook on a kerosene stove.
            Kerosene calorific value 43500 kJ / kg 7 kopecks per liter. At a density of 0.8 - 8,75 kopecks per kg. (or for 43500 kJ)
            1 kW * hour = 1 kW * 3600 sec = 3600 kJ 4 kopecks
            Recalculate (43500/3600) * 4 = 48 kopecks
            48/8, 75 = 5, 49
            The result - to heat water on a kerosene stove in the USSR was 5 and a half times more profitable.

            Now
            Kerosene 39 rub per kg
            5,47 rubles per kilowatt hour (Moscow)
            66/39 - only 1, 7 times.

            Rejoice at free power. Well, or upset expensive fuel.
            1. Zoldat_A 27 February 2020 15: 52 New
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              Rejoice at free power.

              I saw the other day a wood-burning stove (I want a little for a summer cottage, for comfort) with a thermal electricity generator. The same, but without a generator, 9-11 sp. With a 12V generator 60 W - 66 ty. He scratched his turnips and decided that from the evil one they were all kinds of generators ... recourse
              1. _Sergei_ 27 February 2020 17: 28 New
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                I put myself in the garage, in 30 degree frost in an hour in the garage 15 degrees, and after two more than 20. The garage is insulated
                1. Zoldat_A 27 February 2020 18: 27 New
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                  Quote: _Sergey_
                  I put myself in the garage, in 30 degree frost in an hour in the garage 15 degrees, and after two more than 20. The garage is insulated

                  So I want to cottage in the workshop 6x9 meters. In addition, pleasantness and comfort from firewood is much more than from some kind of heat gun.
                  1. _Sergei_ 27 February 2020 18: 30 New
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                    The heat gun with diesel fuel stinks strongly burned. When I do not drown for a long time, I launch the cannon for about 15 minutes. The first warm-up.
            2. AU Ivanov. 27 February 2020 16: 28 New
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              Actually, the Soviet 4 kopecks is about 7-9 rubles for the current Russian.
              1. Simargl 28 February 2020 09: 56 New
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                Quote: AU Ivanov.
                Actually, the Soviet 4 kopecks is about 7-9 rubles for the current Russian.
                Typically, a coefficient of about 300 is given. Until 2014, it was about 220. So 4 kopecks is about 12 p.
            3. Constructor68 27 February 2020 17: 31 New
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              In some articles, the same oruns bawl about the dangers of organic power plants, while in others the same oruns bawl that it would burn fuel. All the same, Lenin was right in terminology.
        6. Avior 27 February 2020 15: 43 New
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          Still interesting, what kind of energy “storage” is such that it can smooth out and compensate for consumption / weather / night peaks?

          actually a battery.
          Very expensive, by the way
        7. _Sergei_ 27 February 2020 17: 24 New
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          Storage drives lithium batteries. Through the converters from constant to variable enters the network. Bashkiria was chosen the fastest because of the free territory. In the south, everything is built up. And if you take all the costs and the service life, then my opinion is, at best, it will pay for itself, but it will not bring profit. I do not believe in this "environmental" energy.
          1. raif 27 February 2020 23: 12 New
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            “Bashkiria was chosen the fastest because of the free territory” - yeah, right now. there, under hayfields, apiaries and beds, each meter is designed and divided in that area even under the king. somehow he traveled by train from Makhachkala to Saratov in the Volgograd and Astrakhan regions - free land at least .. sing chew! and the sun is bigger
      2. Svarog 27 February 2020 14: 03 New
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        The feeling that when looking at solar panels is the same ... like when Chubais presents a new development, for example, it’s great with an electric motor for 10 tons of dollars .. you understand that nobody needs it, but they’ll cut the money .. and so it happened ..
        1. Zoldat_A 27 February 2020 16: 00 New
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          Chubais presents a new development, for example, is great with an electric motor for 10 tons of dollars ..

          Well, for ten, let’s say he can only be with Chubais. The Chinese probably have no Chubais, so they have

          Although I, for example, do not need him for 2. There is a car for 70 kilometers, and 10-15 in the morning with a dog for a walk for health - for me and for more than 400 Americans.
          1. _Sergei_ 27 February 2020 17: 30 New
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            Such a great one can be found and 40. It hurts you biting prices.
            1. Zoldat_A 27 February 2020 18: 21 New
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              Quote: _Sergey_
              Such a great one can be found and 40. It hurts you biting prices.

              With such power and with such a battery capacity - hardly. Weaker possible - around 50 tyr. But to drive along a level (God forbid some dodger!) 20-30 kilometers, and then charge it for 3,5-4 hours - is it for me 40-50 tyr for a fig? In good work, I occasionally go to work on a regular (22 km), but I have to go to work not only in good weather. For fishing - it’s so great, even electric, you can’t load a boat or a refrigerator with beer. Therefore, what, for example, to me with electrolysis, even very good, to do - I do not know.

              Expensive and stupid toy - at least 40, at least 120 tyr.

              PS The son once asked for a birthday - I explained to him on the fingers. He refused. I agreed to an annual unlimited in the sports complex (iron, simulators, aquazone, etc. without time limits and at any time).
              And the whole family already has ordinary bicycles.
              1. _Sergei_ 27 February 2020 18: 27 New
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                I want to buy 2 motor wheels and make a 4-wheel. I have a park nearby. Grandchildren ride
        2. Constructor68 27 February 2020 17: 33 New
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          The feeling that when looking at solar panels is the same .. as when Chubais presents a new development

          The feeling that most commentators including you are versed in solar panels just like a pig in ballet
      3. Malyuta 27 February 2020 15: 50 New
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        Quote: Shurik70
        Quote: Klingon
        pleased with the photo of snow-covered solar panels. wassat

        Same feeling laughing

        And also "happy" with the pathos title of the article "They Launched in Russia the largest in the country Ready-made roll for solar power station made from the Netanalagafmir.
        The fact is that in the Russian Federation no one was engaged in renewable energy, is not engaged and will not be engaged, there is a patamushta Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of May 13, 2019 No. 216 “On Approving the Doctrine of Energy Security of the Russian Federation”"
        In which it is written in black and white:
        II. Challenges and threats to energy security, risks in the field of energy security
        ..
        8. The external economic challenges of energy security are:

        a) moving the center of world economic growth to the Asia-Pacific region;

        b) a slowdown in the growth of global demand for energy resources and a change in its structure, including due to the replacement of oil products with other types of energy resources, the development of energy conservation and increased energy efficiency;

        c) an increase in the global resource base of hydrocarbon raw materials, increased competition for energy exporters, including in connection with the emergence of new exporters;

        d) a change in international legal regulation in the field of energy and the conditions for the functioning of world energy markets, strengthening the position of consumers;

        e) an increase in the production of liquefied natural gas and its share in world energy markets, the formation of a global natural gas market;

        f) an increase in the share of renewable energy sources in the global fuel and energy balance.

        9. The foreign policy challenge of energy security is to step up international efforts to implement climate policy and accelerate the transition to a green economy.

        So even if the redhead puts a solar battery in the garage, then it will be considered the largest in the country !!! And we are "green" and renewable energy is prohibited by presidential decree!
        The fact that everyone in the forest to collect dead wood !!!
      4. lis-ik 27 February 2020 17: 53 New
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        Quote: Shurik70
        Quote: Klingon
        pleased with the photo of snow-covered solar panels. wassat

        Same feeling laughing

        Similarly, money wasted, but then I read that it was Rusnano and understood everything was in order, forge the money without leaving the cash register. This pathos was photographed especially well.
      5. Bolbot 27 February 2020 22: 10 New
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        The right question is who paid for it.
    2. Ross xnumx 27 February 2020 13: 51 New
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      Quote: Klingon
      And why didn’t they build it in Crimea or the Caucasus, for example, where there are an order of magnitude more sunny days in a year?

      Yes, because:
      Launch a new facility praised Chairman of the Board of Rusnano Anatoly Chubais
      1. AU Ivanov. 27 February 2020 16: 30 New
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        How much does land cost in the Caucasus and how much in Bashkiria, did not such a question come to your mind?
        1. Ross xnumx 27 February 2020 17: 41 New
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          Quote: AU Ivanov.
          How much does land cost in the Caucasus and how much in Bashkiria, did not such a question come to your mind?

          And how much does electric power cost in the Far East (in the Khabarovsk Territory, Far Eastern Federal District)? Where are the Far Eastern hectares distributed? Where are people fleeing to, with nowhere to work, because production on expensive electricity becomes unprofitable ...
          It’s so hard for you to explain everything, you haven’t even seen this infographic:
          1. AU Ivanov. 27 February 2020 17: 46 New
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            Darling is how much? Soviet 4 kopecks per kilowatt - this is the current 7-9 rubles.
    3. Ka-52 27 February 2020 13: 53 New
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      with a couple of weeks of sun and the rest of the days gloomyak and oak

      modern panels quite normally generate electricity in low light and using reflected light. For example, a year ago, double-sided panels appeared on which photographic plates are placed not only on the front (towards the sun) side, but also on the back of the panel (towards the ground). And low temperature is only a plus of performance. Because high surface temperature reduces the efficiency of the panel (this is physics). This is a word about the Crimea and the Caucasus. In hot regions, the temperature in the summer on the surface of the module easily rises to 75g. and higher. In this case, the efficiency can be reduced by 25%.
      1. Barmaleyka 27 February 2020 15: 04 New
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        This is a word about the Crimea and the Caucasus.

        Do not specify where the MOST POWERFUL SES are installed ?! repeat
        1. Avior 27 February 2020 15: 48 New
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          in the desert, in Dubai, Noor Abu Dhabi

          Construction cost $ 900 million.
          Installed capacity - 1117 MW

          Somehow unlike Bashkiria smile
      2. Malyuta 27 February 2020 16: 09 New
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        Quote: Ka-52
        modern panels quite normally generate electricity in low light and using reflected light. For example, a year ago two-sided panels appeared, on which photographic plates are placed not only on the front (towards the sun) side, but also on the back of the panel (towards the ground). And low temperature is only a plus of performance.

        We will never, in any case under the current president, have modern panels in accordance with the decree of the president.
        1. Ka-52 28 February 2020 04: 43 New
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          We will never, in any case under the current president, have modern panels in accordance with the decree of the president.

          the products of the plant in Novochebaksaksary immediately made a similar statement with the empty chatter of an ignorant person
          https://www.hevelsolar.com/catalog/solnechnye-moduli/
      3. Rzzz 27 February 2020 21: 02 New
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        Quote: Ka-52
        modern panels quite normally generate electricity in low light and using reflected light.

        You’re talking about some kind of physics there. But the solar panel generates electricity in direct proportion to the light that enters it. And no bananotechnology, not even black magic (Chubais is still a sorcerer) can change this.
        According to the experience of photography, if my memory serves me right, the difference in exposure between “clear sky” and “cloudy” is 3-4 stops. That is, 3-4 times less light output. The panel will generate 3-4 times less energy and that's it.
        Any obstruction in the path of the sun's beam to the panel reduces output. Every speck of dust, every drop of water in a cloud. Moreover, drops of water absorb just the most high-energy ultraviolet and blue light.
        1. Rzzz 27 February 2020 22: 48 New
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          I apologize, forget the basics already. 3-4 "stop" exposure on the camera - this is a difference of 8-16 times.
        2. Ka-52 28 February 2020 06: 06 New
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          You’re talking about some kind of physics there. But the solar panel generates electricity in direct proportion to the light that enters it. And no bananotechnology, not even black magic (Chubais is still a sorcerer) can change this.

          go to school, or better yet, learn at the physics and mathematics department. Then you will more clearly understand what the process of photovoltaics is. With black magic and Chubais you are already fed up with worse and worse bitter radishes. It seems that VO commentators are some kind of medieval dense crowd who believe in flat land and are ready to tear to pieces any dissent. For some reason, the whole of Europe is building SES like baking pies, China annually introduces a gigawatt of SES in Canada (certainly the equatorial country) in 2020. they are building a solar power plant already at 400 MW, and our Russian commentators with foam at the mouth prove that solar energy is heresy. I am ashamed of compatriots. Indeed, we deserve what we now live in - in one of the most backward countries in the technical development.
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            Quote: Ka-52
            go to school, or better yet, learn at the physics and mathematics department.

            Quote: Ka-52
            Canada (that's for sure the equatorial country) in 2020. they are building a solar power station already at 400 MW

            So I don’t know in which school and in what physical education you studied, but you definitely didn’t look at the map. But worth it. The southern part of Canada, where Toronto, in latitude corresponds to the Crimea. That is the longest line on the border with the United States - at the latitude of Volgograd. And something tells me that it is somewhere somewhere in the area of ​​the southern borders that SES is being built in Canada, and not at all in the Arctic. Moreover, consumers along the southern borders live.
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          Yesterday I went into the greenhouse, polycarbonate, on the street -2 and overcast, and in the greenhouse +10
    4. BARKAS 27 February 2020 13: 55 New
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      In Yakutia, too, there were many sunny days that there was a report that a similar power station was built there.
    5. Svarog 27 February 2020 14: 01 New
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      pleased with the photo of snow-covered solar panels.

      For show and spending money .. the photo just upset, but I agree with your comment, Bashkiria is not the sunniest place .. I live nearby in Tatarstan ..
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        "... After a serious and prolonged illness, without regaining consciousness, he continued to carry out his duties."
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        Quote: Svarog
        pleased with the photo of snow-covered solar panels.

        For show and spending money .. the photo just upset, but I agree with your comment, Bashkiria is not the sunniest place .. I live nearby in Tatarstan ..

        Why is it all so bad then? How do you live in this world?
    6. Paul Siebert 27 February 2020 14: 57 New
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      While the red thief is not on his bunks, but heads a large state corporation, all our investments in the field of nanotechnology will go away under the snow.
      More precisely - in the pocket of the unsinkable.
      He robbed the population of our state, destroyed a unified energy system, and is engaged in demonstrative fraud in a cynical form.
      In other countries they are surprised - he has been walking the earth for over ten years ...
      However, for our government, Tolik is a clear bond. The Untouchable ... angry
    7. hohkn 27 February 2020 14: 57 New
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      pleased with the photo of snow-covered solar panels. And why didn’t they build it in Crimea or the Caucasus, for example, where there are an order of magnitude more sunny days in a year?

      That, so in the text of the article itself there is an explanation:
      The launch of the new facility was highly appreciated by the Chairman of the Board of RUSNANO Anatoly Chubais

      So, probably, most of the money has successfully "accustomed" in the pocket of the privatizer.
    8. PilotS37 27 February 2020 15: 34 New
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      pleased with the photo of snow-covered solar panels. wassat Why not build it in Crimea, for example, or in the Caucasus

      Firstly, who said that this photo is from Bashkiria?
      Secondly, "in the Crimea and the Caucasus" SES in winter also almost do not work.
      Thirdly, annual output is important for SES: a lot of sun in summer + no cloud cover - winter downtime is fully compensated.
      Fourth, SES needs large open areas on all sides and flat areas (which cannot be “smelled” under any other conditions) - this is why the Bashkir steppes are quite suitable.
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      Her, then, in the snow, is harder to find.
    10. Keyser soze 27 February 2020 16: 15 New
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      pleased with the photo of snow-covered solar panels.


      The efficiency of the panels is higher in the cold. We all have such parkings in the summer to cool. Of course, the sleepers do not work however ....
    11. Misha Honest 27 February 2020 19: 18 New
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      pleased with the photo of snow-covered solar panels. wassat And why didn’t they build it in Crimea or the Caucasus, for example, where there are an order of magnitude more sunny days in a year? I lived in Bashkiria in the agrarian university in Ufa studied. honestly summer can stand out so-so, with a couple of weeks of sun and the rest of the days gloomyak and dub wassat

      Didn’t you understand that the electro was "launched". I wonder how much will be released now ...
    12. Servisinzhener 27 February 2020 21: 14 New
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      Kalmykia or the Astrakhan region would also be a good fit with their steppes and the number of sunny days.
  2. g1washntwn 27 February 2020 13: 36 New
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    not only cost savings on expensive diesel fuel, but also a guarantee of uninterrupted energy supply based on green energy.

    Who will deliver these remote territories of sunny days and, most importantly, at whose expense the replacement of lithium-ion storage devices?
    1. Barmaleyka 27 February 2020 14: 58 New
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      and whose expense is the replacement of lithium-ion drives?

      the question is not appropriate, well, not at the expense of the red
  3. Ka-52 27 February 2020 13: 41 New
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    Burzyanskaya SES, built in Bashkortostan, is considered the largest solar power plant in Russia. Recently, it was put into operation.

    The station capacity is 10 MW.

    what a stupid thing. Dear authors, where did the firewood about the "largest" come from? Akhtyubinskaya and Puntovskaya SES, built last year near Astrakhan by the same Hevel company each by power 60mw!
    1. thinker 27 February 2020 15: 12 New
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      There are headlines even funnier yes
      In Bashkiria launched largest in Europe solar power station. Power station - 10 MW.
  4. pafegosoff 27 February 2020 13: 41 New
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    And lope, lope copecks will be kilowatt hours, especially - in the winter? Of course, at a remote polar outpost, a combination of wind, solar, and possibly magneto-dynamic generators and spectacular batteries is better than threshing diesels for days. What in Bashkiria? shortage of power lines, gas, wood processing industry waste, water resources?
    1. g1washntwn 27 February 2020 14: 16 New
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      A little closer beyond the Arctic Circle, all Rusnano batteries will not be enough for the dark. On a polar day it can and will go on, at night stupid - the length of that one is slightly different than in the Emirates. Therefore, large drives there are meaningless.
      1. Barmaleyka 27 February 2020 14: 57 New
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        On a polar day, it may come

        with difficulty, you still need to consider that in the afternoon the sun does not hurt high
        1. g1washntwn 27 February 2020 15: 01 New
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          and in the afternoon the sun does not hurt high

          Places vertically, only higher. On snow removal from the panels can be saved. Although, if it blows like in Norilsk, then it will either blow it away or bring it anyway.
          1. Barmaleyka 27 February 2020 15: 05 New
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            Quote: g1washntwn
            Places vertically, only higher.

            wind load ?!
            Quote: g1washntwn
            Although, if it blows like in Norilsk, then it will either blow it away or bring it anyway.

            ooot, removed from the tongue
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  6. Operator 27 February 2020 13: 45 New
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    Here in fig to place SES in the snowy Bashkiria when there are sunny steppes of Crimea?
    1. cniza 27 February 2020 13: 57 New
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      For modern panels, the sun is even harmful ...
    2. SovAr238A 27 February 2020 15: 02 New
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      Quote: Operator
      Here in fig to place SES in the snowy Bashkiria when there are sunny steppes of Crimea?


      And who will pull the wires from the SES from Crimea to the remote and wild part of Bashkiria?
      1. Operator 27 February 2020 15: 09 New
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        But shaw, in the Crimea they only cover the dung and the UES of the Russian Federation has already been canceled? laughing
        1. SovAr238A 27 February 2020 15: 16 New
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          But shaw, in the Crimea they only cover the dung and the UES of the Russian Federation has already been canceled? laughing


          why Russia’s UES did not reach Pevek? And why did you have to do Lomonosov?
          Why exactly in this area of ​​Bashkiria they began to make such a small power plant in fact?

          When you answer such a question, I’ll understand I hope that the EEC is a little different. Not a panacea.
          1. Operator 27 February 2020 15: 29 New
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            Where is Bashkiria and where is Pevek?

            The sunniest areas in the country are the Crimea (steppe zone), Kalmykia (including the desert) and the Magadan region (not included in the EES of the Russian Federation). Moreover, the agricultural sectors of these territories do not compete with solar energy, because they are not suitable for farming due to lack of water resources and climate - unlike Bashkiria.
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              Quote: Operator
              Where is Bashkiria and where is Pevek?

              The sunniest areas in the country are the Crimea (steppe zone), Kalmykia (including the desert) and the Magadan region (not included in the EES of the Russian Federation). Moreover, the agricultural sectors of these territories do not compete with solar energy, because they are not suitable for farming due to lack of water resources and climate - unlike Bashkiria.


              Who cares...
              Have you ever seen wild Bashkiria?
              Pull many branches of the EES of the Russian Federation with all the associated substations there? Spend tens of billions of rubles with obviously unprofitable characteristics?

              If you already have an understanding, this region is very difficult in terms of construction and operation, then you can at least reduce the cost of losses.

              And the construction of a solar power station in this area is probably the factor that ultimately generates the least losses.
              For the construction of power lines and substations with the calculation of subsequent losses - can generate much more losses.
              Overseas heifer - half, but a rupe transported.
              Are you familiar with the meaning of such a saying?
              But this does not reach you.
  7. prior 27 February 2020 13: 46 New
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    Judging by the photo, we still have a lot of frightened ...... electricians.
    Well, it’s certain that Bashkiria is the sunniest republic of the country.
    1. Operator 27 February 2020 15: 11 New
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      Kalmykia with its desert looks at you in bewilderment.
  8. Rusfaner 27 February 2020 13: 48 New
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    The launch of the new facility was highly appreciated by the chairman of the board of Rusnano Anatoly Chubais:
    For remote areas, such solutions are not only cost savings for expensive diesel fuel, but also a guarantee of uninterrupted energy supply based on green energy. (C)

    As there, Carlson said to the Kid: "Look, Brother are crooks!"
  9. maidan.izrailovich 27 February 2020 13: 49 New
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    The news is certainly good. But only Bashkiria is not the sunniest place in Russia. The sunniest place in Russia is Crimea. There, by the way, back in Soviet times, a solar power station was built.
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      Is there a lot of free land in Crimea?
  10. Klingon 27 February 2020 13: 50 New
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    for example, in Germany it would never occur to anyone to install solar panels somewhere in lower Saxony or North Rhine-Westphalen, winds blow there and, accordingly, windmills are mainly installed, the largest number of solar panels are placed in Baden-Württemberg in the district of Freiburg im Breisgau olp the largest number of solar days a year.
  11. Klingon 27 February 2020 13: 50 New
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    Quote: Shurik70
    Quote: Klingon
    pleased with the photo of snow-covered solar panels. wassat

    Same feeling laughing

    drinks
  12. Yrec 27 February 2020 13: 53 New
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    Quote: Shurik70
    Quote: Klingon
    pleased with the photo of snow-covered solar panels. wassat

    Same feeling laughing

    The key word here is RUSNANO. This is a clean cut of dough, the presence or absence of sunny days in a year does not matter. The lithium-ion cells and the panels themselves are probably Ketai
  13. Amateur 27 February 2020 13: 55 New
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    The launch of the new facility was highly appreciated by the chairman of the board of Rusnano Anatoly Chubais:

    Did anyone expect anything good from Chubais? fool
  14. Klingon 27 February 2020 13: 57 New
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    Quote: Yrec
    Quote: Shurik70
    Quote: Klingon
    pleased with the photo of snow-covered solar panels. wassat

    Same feeling laughing

    The key word here is RUSNANO. This is a clean cut of dough, the presence or absence of sunny days in a year does not matter. The lithium-ion cells and the panels themselves are probably Ketai

    probably these panels were sprinkled with Chubais nanotubes so that they could receive electricity from snow wassat drinks
  15. rocket757 27 February 2020 13: 58 New
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    It’s still expensive, but it’s RUSNANOshka "inventing the wheel", everything is clear with them.
    As a backup, in the wings, still back and forth ... Everything must be very carefully calculated! However, until an effective method of energy storage / storage is invented / made, everything will be so, expensive.
    1. Zeev Zeev 27 February 2020 14: 07 New
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      What does it mean expensive?
      1. rocket757 27 February 2020 14: 19 New
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        WHO WILL PAY? People will not be able to pay for this, the project will be unprofitable ....
        1. Zeev Zeev 27 February 2020 14: 20 New
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          What is the price per kilowatt of a conventional power plant and what is the price of a solar?
          1. rocket757 27 February 2020 14: 26 New
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            The ENERGY website has all the available data for different conditions.
            If you find a feasibility study for this project, there will be something to compare, at least approximately.
            So far I have not met a single such project with an undoubtedly positive balance ... the only way is NECESSARY.
            PS ... I have a home SE as a reserve, just in case ...
            He saved a lot on the fact that CAM installed everything, did it. Yes, the edge of our sun !!! The windmill has so far abstained, there are many problems.
            1. Zeev Zeev 27 February 2020 15: 25 New
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              Will the consumer pay more or the same? This is the only question.
        2. Barmaleyka 27 February 2020 14: 49 New
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          Quote: rocket757
          the project will be unprofitable ....

          looking for whom, apparently red just in the pros
      2. Barmaleyka 27 February 2020 14: 55 New
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        What does it mean expensive?

        it means not profitable
        approximate cost of 8-9 p. kWh
        1. rocket757 27 February 2020 15: 09 New
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          About the one from whom the gray stinks a mile away, there is no talk ... he has a LOT of money, he said, without hiding.
          About the price of solar energy, it turns out very differently ... there the “plug” depends on the owner’s greed. Usually indicate very averaged indicators, Schaub "ungreen" people do not scare away completely.
          I calculated my own, with a margin of 10 years. With all my skill and economy, it’s 2,5 times more expensive than network indicators. And then this is with the hope that the batteries will last those 10 years.
          Again, we have a SUNNY edge and a network. Made for myself with a clear expectation of maximum savings.
          I am not opposed to such energy, I just think that the technology of energy storage / storage is quite effective, not expensive, yet. Therefore, the price is higher than reasonable limits.
          Here are windmills, this is generally an option NOT EVERYWHERE!
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            About the price of solar energy, it turns out very differently ... there the “plug” depends on the owner’s greed.

            it’s clear that in different ways, the price in Arizona and the price in Ufa will be different, by the way, there will not be much to depend on greed, saving you will also increase the cost price as the output will be less
            Quote: rocket757
            I am not opposed to such energy, I just think that the technology of energy storage / storage is quite effective, not expensive, yet. Therefore, the price is higher than reasonable limits.
            Here are windmills, this is generally an option NOT EVERYWHERE!

            I absolutely agree, by the way, if it were so profitable, we would have long ago switched to this "green"
            1. rocket757 27 February 2020 16: 38 New
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              It’s not possible to save on everything !!!
              Taking lousy panels and batteries, automation, is more expensive for yourself.
        2. Zeev Zeev 27 February 2020 15: 26 New
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          Does this amount include the cost of building the station?
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            But did I indicate the amount somewhere ?!
            1. Zeev Zeev 27 February 2020 17: 27 New
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              approximate cost of 8-9 p. kWh
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                do you understand the terms and definitions ?!
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            Quote: Zeev Zeev
            Does this amount include the cost of building the station?

            The amount should include all expenses, up to operating expenses for the estimated period of time.
            Nothing happens free ....
            The only option to save, do it yourself! But this is a special case, this does not apply to large objects.
  16. Viktor Sergeev 27 February 2020 14: 03 New
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    Are they sick? The next one will be installed in Magadan. Windmills would be better off there.
  17. Rostislav 27 February 2020 14: 11 New
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    If Chubais "appreciated ...", then he stole a lot on this project.
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      Quote: Rostislav
      If Chubais "appreciated ...", then he stole a lot on this project.

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    Yes, no one deceived anyone. We read carefully:
    In case of emergencies or scheduled repairs on power lines SES is able to switch to offline mode.

    That is, this is not a mono-development, but an eco-friendly bicycle in a cradle of a motorcycle. The drive reserve is only enough for critical infrastructure for a few hours before the emergency response on the line. It’s a sort of BackUPS of a regional scale but with solar panels so that you don’t really sit on the energy market, dump thermal generations during the day, and just “sit on a dapper” at night.
  19. Victor March 47 27 February 2020 14: 38 New
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    pleased with the photo of snow-covered solar panels. wassat And why didn’t they build it in Crimea or the Caucasus, for example, where there are an order of magnitude more sunny days in a year? I lived in Bashkiria in the agrarian university in Ufa studied. honestly summer can stand out so-so, with a couple of weeks of sun and the rest of the days gloomyak and dub wassat

    Solar panels occupy a significant area, which in the conditions of the subtropics can bring benefits to billions. Where to place this station in the Crimea, so as not to spoil the nature? On the slopes of the cliffs? There are slides where the vine cannot stand. Saudi Arabia, in its sands, can afford to take hundreds of square kilometers. Jerboa will say thanks.
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      in Crimea today solar
      Vladislavovka 110 MW
      Perovo 105,56 MW
      Okhotnikovo 82,65 MW;
      "Nikolaevka" 69,7 MW;
      Mityaevo 31,55 MW;
      Rodnikovoye 7,5 MW; first photovoltaic station in Crimea
  20. Victor March 47 27 February 2020 14: 42 New
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    Quote: g1washntwn
    Yes, no one deceived anyone. We read carefully:
    In case of emergencies or scheduled repairs on power lines SES is able to switch to offline mode.

    That is, this is not a mono-development, but an eco-friendly bicycle in a cradle of a motorcycle. The drive reserve is only enough for critical infrastructure for a few hours before the emergency response on the line. It’s a sort of BackUPS of a regional scale but with solar panels so that you don’t really sit on the energy market, dump thermal generations during the day, and just “sit on a dapper” at night.

    How to emergency use this hernia? Costing a space flight to Mars. Accidents most often do not happen in generators, but in lines. If the power line is torn off, then what is the use of this station, remaining on the OTHER SIDE from the cliff? The consumer is one hell, will sit without light until they hang new wires. Here in his apartment, in the minivariant, this is good. No matter where it comes off or shorts, the light will be in the apartment anyway.
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      Sorry. In the country, the project went bad. In the literal and figurative sense. The only plus - taught to save energy efficiency and cook on a wood stove.
  21. Barmaleyka 27 February 2020 14: 45 New
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    but also a guarantee of uninterrupted energy supply based on green energy.
    but about continuity

    The number of sunny days per year ranges from 287 in the southern regions of Bashkiria to 261 in Ufa. The smallest number of sunny days falls on December and January, that is, during the period of least solar activity there is also cloud cover, plus snow, and if we take into account that the red rat is behind this ....
  22. protoss 27 February 2020 14: 55 New
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    damn, that's why we will never get out of the place where the sun never looks.
    right now my son’s garden is closed for repairs, the roof is being repaired. This is in Murmansk, where the snow is falling - I just have time to clean the garage.
  23. Victor March 47 27 February 2020 15: 00 New
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    Quote: rocket757
    The ENERGY website has all the available data for different conditions.
    If you find a feasibility study for this project, there will be something to compare, at least approximately.
    So far I have not met a single such project with an undoubtedly positive balance ... the only way is NECESSARY.
    PS ... I have a home SE as a reserve, just in case ...
    He saved a lot on the fact that CAM installed everything, did it. Yes, the edge of our sun !!! The windmill has so far abstained, there are many problems.

    http://www.invertor.ru/teh.html
    Here you can calculate your solar station online.
    I was wondering. Comparing the cost of energy on receipts and the cost of equipment, I got that this crap will pay off in 120 years. Of course, the price of maintenance and replacement of failed elements was not taken into account.
  24. shubin 27 February 2020 15: 02 New
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    And why not beyond the Arctic Circle? There is even more snow! wassat
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    This garbage is ecological - not where it was built! Do not get out!
    Read about another similar project here in Bashkiria https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/VES_Tyupkildy
    Losses from 4 to 8 million rubles each year and one more of 4 windmills burned down!
  26. Operator 27 February 2020 15: 07 New
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    Where to locate this station in Crimea

    Crimean steppes - no, not heard laughing
  27. astepanov 27 February 2020 15: 13 New
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    equipped the Burzyansky SES with energy storage devices, the total capacity of which amounted to 8 MWh.
    Good gentlemen, when will you learn to distinguish power with energy intensity? I suppose you don’t measure half a liter in square meters ...
    There are a lot of publications on solar generation in Russia and in the world. The cost of solar energy is about 6 times more than nuclear energy. The difference is even greater when compared to hydropower. Now estimate: a battery with a price of around 120 million rubles has also been hung up on a traditional solar power plant - will it make energy cheaper?
    Ecology, you say? And how much rubbish was lifted uphill and thrown into dumps during the production of about 100 tons of batteries, how many hazardous waste was generated during the production of solar panels?
    The launch of the new facility was highly appreciated by the Chairman of the Board of RUSNANO Anatoly Chubais
    Well, still, could he not appreciate it highly? The project is being implemented in accordance with the Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation of May 28, 2013 No. 449 “On the mechanism for stimulating the use of renewable energy sources”, which establishes guarantees for the return on investment. Those. you can do an unprofitable thing, but the money will still be returned.
  28. PilotS37 27 February 2020 15: 38 New
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    I have a question for the author of the article: since when with 10 MW can I become the "largest solar power plant in the country" ?! Already full of 15 and 25 MW SES! Samara SES at 75 MW already operates: [media = https: //ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A1%D0%B0%D0%BC%D0%B0%D1%80%D1%81%D0% BA% D0% B0% D1% 8F_% D0% A1% D0% AD% D0% A1].
    Do you even check the information before publishing it!
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      Do you even go to Wikipedia and ask: “Burzyanskaya SES is one of eight solar power plants with a total capacity of 64 megawatts” and “This is the fourth solar power station in the Republic of Bashkortostan from the Hevel company. Two phases of the Buribaevskaya SES are operating in the Khaibullinsky district and three phases of the Bugulchan SES [1] - in the Kuyurgazinsky district. The total capacity of all solar power plants in the region after the completion of the project will be 64 MW [2]. "
      1. PilotS37 27 February 2020 19: 32 New
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        Quote: Manitoo
        Do you even go to Wikipedia and ask: “Burzyanskaya SES is one of eight solar power plants with a total capacity of 64 megawatts” and “This is the fourth solar power station in the Republic of Bashkortostan from the Hevel company. Two phases of the Buribaevskaya SES are operating in the Khaibullinsky district and three phases of the Bugulchan SES [1] - in the Kuyurgazinsky district. The total capacity of all solar power plants in the region after the completion of the project will be 64 MW [2]. "

        You yourself understood that you wrote: "The total capacity of all solar power plants in the region after completion of the project will be 64 MW ", and the title of the article says that" in Russia launched country's largest solar power plant"That is, we are talking about a single power plant, and not about all" in the region. "
        And - again - the text of the article refers specifically to Burzyanskaya SES with a capacity of 10 MWand not 64 MW, which you are crucifying about here. But, I repeat, it’s already acting Samara SES with a capacity of 75 MW.
        So the article is extremely strange.
  29. Old26 27 February 2020 16: 07 New
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    I wonder how much does this project cost, its payback period, battery life and cost of disposal?

    I don’t know for the payback period, battery life and disposal cost, but I can say about the cost. In our region, near Stavropol last year, the first two phases of the solar station were launched. The power of each line is 12,5 kW. The cost of the first two phases is 3,2 billion. The cost of the entire station is 14,5 billion rubles. The total capacity of the station is 100 MW. The phrase from the note is not clear then.

    Burzyanskaya SES, built in Bashkortostan, It is considered the largest solar power plant in Russia. Recently, it was put into operation.
    Power station is 10 MW.

    if we have the Tashla SES has a capacity of two phases of 25 MW ....

    Quote: Klingon
    for example, in Germany, it would never occur to anyone to install solar panels somewhere in lower Saxony or the North Rhine-Westphalen, where winds blow and accordingly they put mostly windmills,

    That's right. In our Stavropol Territory there are always quite strong winds. Today it’s true silence, calm, only 4 m / s, tomorrow they promise stable 12 m / s in the morning, gusts up to 20 m / s in the evening.
    Now a wind farm is being built in such a wind corridor. Gross power - 210 MW. Must pass the first place this year ...
  30. Manitoo 27 February 2020 17: 03 New
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    And about the climate: “The Republic of Bashkortostan has a high level of solar radiation. The southern regions of the republic due to geographic and climatic features make it possible to achieve high rates of specific power generation of solar power plants at the level of 1250 kWh for each kW of installed capacity per year, which is comparable with the figures of Central and Southern Europe where solar power is already widespread. "
  31. Victor March 47 27 February 2020 17: 10 New
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    in Crimea today solar
    Vladislavovka 110 MW
    Perovo 105,56 MW
    Okhotnikovo 82,65 MW;
    "Nikolaevka" 69,7 MW;
    Mityaevo 31,55 MW;
    Rodnikovoye 7,5 MW; first photovoltaic station in Crimea

    With dope, you can .... break.
    Vladislavovka is a solar power station located near the village of Vladislavovka, Kirovsky district, in the Republic of Crimea. After commissioning, it will become the 6th in a row and the most powerful operating solar power station in the Crimea with a capacity of 110 MW [2].

    Building
    220 hectares of land were allocated for construction: by a resolution of the Council of Ministers of December 30, 2011, 50 hectares of land were leased to the companies LLC Bora Solar and Calypso Solar, 40 hectares each to Canary Solar, Clarion Solar, Lennet Solar. "[3]

    The construction of the power plant began in 2013 [4]. It was planned to complete the construction of Vladislavovka and connect it to the power grid back in 2015. However, difficulties arose in implementing the power distribution scheme. Including due to the energy bridge in the Crimea and the construction of a new substation "Kafa" [2].

    To put into operation, it is necessary to build a 220 kV Substation Vladislavovka with overhead lines of 220 kV. In April 2017, the corresponding public easement was established, LLC “Calypso Solar” became the owner. [5] The construction cost of the 220 kV Vladislavovka substation is about 2 billion rubles.
    This is only for one station. For others it’s even worse.

    Toys and diots.
  32. Vlad5307 27 February 2020 17: 20 New
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    All this "green energy" m. used only in narrow areas, such as satellites, to provide them with energy for a sufficiently long time. And so this is a dead end branch of power supply and the benefits from it are rather arbitrary. If we take all the terms for the production of their elements, operating costs and correlate with the benefits of use, then the costs do not pay off for the life of such systems. But "laundering" stolen / debited money is quite promising for itself. Here Chubaes and stands for this cause. laughing
  33. Klingon 27 February 2020 17: 33 New
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    Quote: AU Ivanov.
    How much does land cost in the Caucasus and how much in Bashkiria, did not such a question come to your mind?

    comes, in Bashkiria, the land is more expensive, because of all my relatives moved to the Stavropol Territory. a sister in Ufa sold an apartment, one-room apartment, and in Mikhailovsk (20 minutes drive from Stavropol) she bought a house with a plot.
    Yes, even if the land was more expensive, still such an SES would only be unprofitable due to the stupidly small number of sunny days in a year.
    In the south of Germany, land is several times more expensive than in the north (mainly because of Switzerland bordering it), however, it is in the south that they put SES (of Freiburg out of the largest number) and not somewhere in Kiel / Hamburg
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    yet another stupidity - money has nothing to do, although Chubaisnano has a lot of them
  35. saygon66 27 February 2020 18: 50 New
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    - Skidded the panel ....
    - In Tashkent, at the Institute of the Sun, almost a battalion of “conscripts” was involved in servicing mirror panels ... These same panels were serviced - they were cleaned of dust. I wonder how many people were involved in work at this station.
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    "The most powerful" - 10 MW? It’s strange. For 2 years already, Volgograd has been operating an SES with a capacity of 10 MW and no one has called it the Most Powerful.
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    And what for in her batteries? What is the problem of delivering 100% of the energy to the network at a high daily rate, and at night to take from the network at a low night rate?
    Why bother with batteries that have low energy efficiency, short life, high price, and problematic disposal?
  38. Servisinzhener 27 February 2020 21: 32 New
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    But is it not more promising and cost-effective to build tower-type solar power stations? This is actually the same thermal power plant. But heating is not fossil fuels, but sunrays. In addition, mirrors are cheaper than solar panels.
  39. Victor March 47 28 February 2020 00: 22 New
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    And what for in her batteries? What is the problem of delivering 100% of the energy to the network at a high daily rate, and at night to take from the network at a low night rate?
    Why bother with batteries that have low energy efficiency, short life, high price, and problematic disposal?

    You do not understand a damn thing in this matter. First you need to at least understand the terminology, the basics.

    https://bezgin.su/articles/140-jenergetika/58241-geojenergetika-vlijanie-vije-na-stabil-nost-jenergosistem
    Green energy, generating energy, destroys the traditional. Nuclear plants, hydro, thermal, cannot quickly reset the generation and turn it on when the wind appears somewhere in Dagestan, or the Sun came out from behind the clouds in Norilsk. .
    Aluminum, which requires a tremendous amount of energy, will not melt during the day when the wind in the Volga region .... Thus, this type of energy is generated by EXTRA. Energy is spinning, and demand is periodically feverish. Hence the increase in costs and the increase in tariffs for traditional energy.
    Germany, which generates up to 20% of green energy today, cut off about 5% of electricity consumers for non-payment. Rates are rising. Amazing No. Read and educate. There is a selection of articles by Bezgin. View the entire selection. There are many interesting things.
  40. Victor March 47 28 February 2020 00: 38 New
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    damn, that's why we will never get out of the place where the sun never looks.
    right now my son’s garden is closed for repairs, the roof is being repaired. This is in Murmansk, where the snow is falling - I just have time to clean the garage.

    The elderberry garden, and the uncle in Kiev. What kind of connection is a broken roof, your son and solar panels stolen in the Crimea?
  41. unhappy 28 February 2020 09: 17 New
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    Why don't I watch TV with their moronic shows?
    And here is an example of a discussion of information about the "achievements" of green energy on a decent website no
    Serious arguments are ignored, no matter how they hear and doldon about theirs.
    Just to remind you: in Norway, for example, gasoline is sold for 110-120 rubles a liter not because the oil is expensive, the government wants it, and the government also subsidizes the purchase of electric cars. This is coercion, as is unprofitable green energy in the competition. The government (the lobby of the oligarchs) controls the cash flow - that’s how they build solar stations and windmills.
  42. Cheerock 28 February 2020 10: 10 New
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    Quote: Ka-52
    You’re talking about some kind of physics there. But the solar panel generates electricity in direct proportion to the light that enters it. And no bananotechnology, not even black magic (Chubais is still a sorcerer) can change this.

    go to school, or better yet, learn at the physics and mathematics department. Then you will more clearly understand what the process of photovoltaics is. With black magic and Chubais you are already fed up with worse and worse bitter radishes. It seems that VO commentators are some kind of medieval dense crowd who believe in flat land and are ready to tear to pieces any dissent. For some reason, the whole of Europe is building SES like baking pies, China annually introduces a gigawatt of SES in Canada (certainly the equatorial country) in 2020. they are building a solar power plant already at 400 MW, and our Russian commentators with foam at the mouth prove that solar energy is heresy. I am ashamed of compatriots. Indeed, we deserve what we now live in - in one of the most backward countries in the technical development.

    I’ll tell you one thing now, but don’t be offended))) Big problems are brewing in Europe’s wind energy, in particular in Germany.
    - Sales of new stations in 2019 fell by 80% by 2018;
    - The wind generator industry in Europe expects a reduction of 40,000 jobs.
    Problem number two: there is nowhere else to put windmills in Europe, wind power asked the German government to revise building codes that prohibit putting wind farms closer than 1000 meters from the borders of settlements. They are asked to review at 500 meters, and better - at 200 meters.
    The problem is the number one and the most interesting one: In the same Germany, the wind, which allows the wind farm to reach its nominal mode, blows about 8-10 days a month (all other days in the blackout year do not happen only due to thermal power plants). When the wind starts blowing 11-13 m / s, all German wind farms begin to generate electricity and throw it into the network. The energy price in the spot market becomes zero or negative and an amazing thing happens. An investor invests in order to sell energy for money using free energy raw materials, and as a result, its products cost nothing at best, and at worst he still has to pay for his own goods. With all this, the cost of electricity for households in Germany since the beginning of the year has grown by 5% total. In Finland, everything is exactly the same. It is reported that energy "did not cost anything" on the spot market, and a colleague living there claims that for the 3rd and 4th quarter of last year, household rates only increased.