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Reported by Fortum on 27 November 2019

Fortum-Rusnano wind investment fund to start implementation of 200-MW project in Russia

Blaiken (Courtesy of Fortum Corporation)

References

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Fortum Corporation. Press release - Fortum-Rusnano wind investment fund to start implementation of 200-MW project in Russia. URL: https://www3.fortum.com/media/2019/11/fortum-rusnano-wind-investment-fund-start-.... [Date Accessed: 27/11/2019].

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Fortum Corporation. Images and logos > Production plants. https://mediabank.fortum.com/l/ZFMZFzL5zPF-. [Date Accessed: 13/06/2018].

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