This event was a part of the Russian Energy Week, an international forum in Moscow, and is supported by the Russian Ministry of Energy
October 07, 2019. By News Bureau
Fortum has announced that it has been awarded with a prize in MediaTEK, a national contest for communications and media in the energy sector, for building awareness for renewable energy development in Russia.
This event was a part of the Russian Energy Week, an international forum in Moscow, and is supported by the Russian Ministry of Energy.
Further, the special jury prize has been given to Denis Litoshik, Communications & PR Director, Fortum Russia.
At the award ceremony, Press Secretary for the President of Russia Dmitriy Peskov and Minister of Energy of Russia Alexander Novak were also present.
Fortum is among the leaders in developing renewable energy in the country.
Last year in the month of January, it has commissioned first commercial-scale wind farm in Russia i.e. Ulyanovsk Wind Farm 1 with an installed capacity of 35 MW.
Now, Fortum and Russian government owned Rusnano mutually executing an extensive investment program in the country.
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