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For the development of coastal areas of the Khabarovsk Territory the most important is the energy infrastructure

For the development of coastal areas of the Khabarovsk Territory the most important is the energy infrastructure
Pavel Minakir, Academician, Director of the Institute for Economic Research of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences:
- The most important thing for the coastal regions of the Khabarovsk Territory is infrastructure. And the energy infrastructure in the first place. At present, the power supply of the Vanino - Sovetsko-Gavanskaya power center (VSGPU) is provided by two channels: the Komsomolskaya - Vanino transmission line with a length of 388 km and the generation of the low-cost and old Mayskaya GRES (installed capacity - 93 MW). This capacity is not enough for consumers. 
But this is not the only problem. Power supply is unreliable. Accidents occur on the power line, resulting in a loss of 75 MW in the node and the need to start up peak generators using expensive diesel fuel. In addition, the maximum allowable power flow is 80 MW, which is not enough.
Therefore, there is no doubt that the fact that the old equipment will be replaced by a new one will positively affect the development of the area. The output of heat capacity will increase dramatically, that is, the reliability and scale of heat supply will increase significantly. 
With regard to savings, only one reduction in the specific fuel consumption, at least to the average at the edge of the level, will save more than 100 thousand tons of fuel per year. Also, CHP will replace inefficient boiler houses.
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