“In accordance with its Sustainable Development strategy, Enel Russia focuses on preserving the biological diversity in the territories of its presence. We strive to minimize the impact on the environment. When we began to design Kola Wind Farm, there were many questions how it would affect the existing ecosystems. Now we can claim with all responsibility that besides contributing to the biological balance, we also help restoring natural resources of the Murmansk Region.”
It stands to mention that the work on waters stocking is also carried out in other regions of PJSC Enel Russia presence. So, in 2019, the Company’s employees, involved in the construction of Azovskaya Power Plant (Rostov Region), together with the Azov-Black Sea branch of GLAVRYBVOD Federal state budgetary institution released 325 sturgeon juveniles to the Kuban river.
Moreover, for five years since 2013, specialists of Sredneuralskaya GRES (power plant of PJSC Enel Russia in the Sverdlovsk Region) released more than 286 thousand grass and silver carp individuals to the Isetskoye reservoir.