Russian firm gets contract for hydropower project construction in Belarus

Russia’s Technopromexport will construct a new hydropower project on the Western Dvina River in Polotsk, Belarus, regional media reported.

The 23-MW hydro project will be financed by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. The contract is worth an estimated $100 million. Four hydroelectric power plants are planned for construction on the Western Dvina, with the Polotsk project being the first of them.

The four projects will have a combined installed capacity of about 120 megawatts.

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