PJSC "Mobile Energy" is engaged in the power supply of isolated communities of northern Russia. Today the company becomes the leader in the implementation of renewable energy projects.
PJSC "Mobile Energy" (part of the PJSC "RAO Energy Systems of the East") is the legal successor of the State union trust of mobile power stations, established in 1946. The company has extensive experience and capabilities in conventional gas-fueled power plants operations (MPP Labytnangi, MPP Urengoy, and MPP Kazim). Today company is improving its expertise in wind generation. The company successfully operates the wind farms in the village of Nikolskoe (Kamchatka region), in the village of Ust-Kamchatsk (Kamchatka region), in the village of Novikovo (Sakhalin region), and a wind power plant in the city of Labytnangi (Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District).
Implementation of the renewable energy facilities in the Far East, where many settlements are cut off from the power grid, has already proved its efficiency: reduction of diesel fuel consumption secures the return of investments in the project. RES technologies also create an additional source of generation, which increases the reliability of energy supply to the consumers in the remote communities.
Since 2009, PJSC "Mobile Energy" has been employing its own wind-measuring complexes to research potential locations for wind farms with the view to renewable energy accessibility. All received and processed data form the basis of the Comprehensive Program for the Development of RES in the Far East.