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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROJECT “COMPLEX SOLUTIONS FOR IMPROVING THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF “RĪGAS ELEKTROMAŠĪNBŪVES RŪPNĪCA” JSC, STAGE 3″ (PROJECT NO. 4.1.1.0/20/A/050)

“Rīgas Elektromašīnbūves Rūpnīca” JSC is successfully fulfilling the project “Complex Solutions for Improving the Energy Efficiency of “Rīgas Elektromašīnbūves Rūpnīca” JSC, Stage 3″, as per the agreement No 4.1.1.0/20/A/050 made on August 02, 2021 with the Central Finance and Contracting Agency (CFLA).

The total project costs amount to 2 933 651.37 Euros. Total eligible project costs are 2 279 040.71 Euros A share of total project costs amounting to 925 598.78 Euros is funded by the Cohesion Fund.

The general goal of the project is to conduce efficient usage of energy resources and reduce power consumption at the RER factory at 43 Ganíbu dambis, 53 Ganíbu dambis, 61 Ganíbu dambis, Riga, in the processing industry 27.11. Production of electric engines, generators and transformers. The specific goals of the project are the procurement, installation and commissioning of 15 new energy efficient production facilities (to replace the existing equipment), replacement of 166 inefficient lighting fixtures with more efficient ones (179 pcs., considering the technical reserve), and simplified renewal of 6 production buildings to improve the energy efficiency thereof.

By the end of 2021, “Rīgas Elektromašīnbūves Rūpnīca” JSC has acquired one drying furnace, a thread cutting machine with a processing diameter of 800 mm, as well as equipment for the production of printing machines and electronic assemblies. Four buildings have undergone simplified renewal (001, 007, 064 and 066). Contracts have been made for the assembly and installation of an asynchronous traction engine testing station for voltages of 2000-2500 V and up to 500 kW, procurement of a vertical lathing centre, pressure vacuum impregnation equipment and drying furnaces.

The project is scheduled for completion before the end of 2023.

The project is co-financed by the Central Finance and Contracting Agency and the Cohesion Fund.