During the Eastern Economic Forum, the Government of the Magadan Region, RusHydro, PJSC, and the Japanese Kawasaki signed an agreement on cooperation, under which the energy companies will consider prospects for the construction of a hydrogen plant on the River of Kolyma River, as reported by the regional Government’s press service.
Germany’s GGT GmbH, a member of the largest waste and garbage recycling plants group ASA, may build a garbage recycling plant with capacity of 100,000 tons per year in Magadan, according to MagadanMedia. Investment in the project is planned at RUB 378 million. The plant will be built on the core of an existing solid waste landfill with total area of 2.9 hectares.
Japanese Kawasaki is considering construction of a hydrogen plant in Magadan, with 500 MW capacity. Sergey Tolstoguzov, Director General of RAO ES of East, said so at the IV International Conference on Renewable Energy.