The wind power unit of Russian nuclear giant Rosatom has won 192.5MW in the latest Russian auction for renewable energy projects with delivery dates in 2023 and 2024, the country’s wind power association (RAWI) said.

JSC VetroSGC-2, a subsidiary of Rosatom’s JSC NovaWind unit, is slated to commission 35MW in wind power capacity in 2023 and the remaining 157.5MW in 2024.

Russia’s remuneration system for projects to be built through 2024 is based on a complicated formula of capacity and return on investment and cannot be compared to tender-based support systems in most other countries where support is paid per kilowatt hour of electricity produced.