China will help Russia with offshore wind

A 60 MW offshore wind farm is on the way for the Russian Republic of Karelia.

Chinese company Sinomec has entered an agreement with Russian investment fund RDIF to construct an offshore wind farm in the Russian Republic of Karelia in the north-western corner of Russia.

This is according to several international media in the wake of a press release from the two companies.

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