Wind-diesel hybrid power system in Tiksi
In 3Q 2017, company launched a construction of a wind power plant with a total capacity of 0.9 MW in arctic port Tiksi.
The pilot operation of the wind turbines started in 2018. At this stage, the wind farm operates in parallel with the existing diesel power plant (DPP). It supplies electricity to the village with a population of 4,600 people. In 2019, a new diesel power plant and a system of power storage will be commissioned.
Wind turbines key figures:
|Total installed capacity
|Minimum wind speed
| Maximum wind speed
| Survival speed
Wind turbines are designed to work in a cold climate conditions.
The main characteristics of an isolated power district Tiksi
71°38'15” N 128°51'52″ E
|Power demand max
|| 5320 KW
|Power demand min
|DPP total installed capacity
|The economy of diesel fuel after implementation of RES project (forcast)
||534 tonnes per annum