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Warm investments

ДГК will allocate 824 million rubles for the reconstruction of the heat supply system of Sovetskaya Gavan

Warm investments
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Far Eastern Generating Company JSC (part of the RusHydro group) will allocate 824 million rubles for the implementation of an investment program for the reconstruction of the heat supply system in the town of Sovetskaya Gavan (Khabarovsk Territory). The project involves the construction of six new central heating points (CHP), a repair and maintenance base, a control center, as well as intra-quarter heating networks. The general contractor will be Khabarovsk Repair and Installation Company JSC.

The new TSCs and networks are the logical continuation of another project-TEC Sovetskaya Gavan, implemented by PJSC RusHydro. Within its framework, RusHydro is building a station and a heating main into the city.

The TPP in Sovetskaya Gavan is one of four projects of the investment program of PJSC RusHydro for the construction of new power facilities in the Far East, implemented in accordance with the Presidential Decree. The total amount of budget funds allocated by the state for the development of the basic branch of the economy - energy - in the Far East is 50 billion rubles. With this money, four priority heat generation facilities will be built: 1-Ya turn of Yakutsk SDPP-2, 1-second of Sakhalinskaya GRES-2, CHPP in Sovetskaya Gavan and 2-stage of Blagoveshchenskaya CHP.

The CHPP in the town of Sovetskaya Gavan is intended to replace the outdated capacity of the technically outdated Mayskaya GRES (Mayskiy settlement, Khabarovsk Territory), which operates with high fuel consumption. The construction of the new power plant will also make it possible to eliminate a number of low-efficiency boiler houses in the city and thereby significantly improve the environmental situation.

The installed electric capacity of the first stage of the CHPP will be 120 MW, the heat output - 200 Gcal / h. Within the first stage, the construction of an in-site infrastructure for the next stages of the station with a total capacity of 360 MW will be completed. Urgalsky coal of "G" grade is supposed to be used as a fuel for the production of electricity and heat.

“In order for the new CHPP to supply the residents of Sovetskaya Gavan with heat and hot water, it is necessary not only to build the station itself and a heating main to the city, but also to prepare the city's heating networks to receive this heat. Now the city's heat supply is provided by municipal boiler houses. The implementation of the project will allow the closure of inefficient boiler houses, providing centralized year-round heat supply to their consumers from the CHPP through the construction of central heating points. 6 central heating stations, a maintenance base and a control center will be built, as well as 3,3 thousand running meters of intra-quarter heating networks will be laid, ”says Maxim Niklonsky, Deputy General Director for Capital Construction and Investments of DGK JSC.

Work on the implementation of the investment project of DGK JSC began back in 2016. To date, the design of facilities has been completed, the documents have passed the state examination, and a construction permit has been received. Construction work should begin in March 2018. The project is scheduled to be completed in 2019.

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