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"Eastern" will warm the fifth part of Vladivostok

In the main city of Primorye, a CHP plant was commissioned, built according to the most modern technological standards. Similar objects of generation here did not hand over more than 40 years.

"Eastern" will warm the fifth part of Vladivostok
Gas turbine CHPP Vostochnaya is a solid investment project of PJSC RusHydro. Its estimated cost exceeds 10 billion rubles. The source of financing was both its own funds and targeted credit lines totaling 8 billion rubles. This is one of the energy company projects implemented today in the Far Eastern Federal District, along with the second stage of the Blagoveshchenskaya CHPP, the first stage of the Yakutskaya TPP-2 (already built), as well as the Sakhalin TPP-2 and Sovetsko-Gavanskaya TPP, the construction of which is nearing completion.

An independent, modern and environmentally friendly facility that generates heat and electricity, is operated by specialists of Far Eastern Generating Company JSC, a member of the RusHydro Group, and will serve more than 20% of the population of Vladivostok.

The power of the heat and power plant is 139,5 MW of electrical energy and 421 Gcal / h of thermal energy in hot water and 11 Gcal / h in steam. It is enough for 50 of thousands of apartments - approximately one fifth of the housing stock of the capital of Primorye, which is part of the Second Network District. The CHP has replaced the morally and physically obsolete capacities of the Central Boiler Water Steam System (CCVB). 


In the 70 of the last century, the CCVB became a forced alternative to the coal-fired CHP of Glavvladivostokstroi, which provided the need for thermal energy of actively developing industrial enterprises in the Snegovaya Pad district: it was smog from the coal-fired boiler house that was poorly dispersed due to its unfortunate location. .
The problem was aggravated by the fact that active housing construction began in the area of ​​the coal-fired CHP plant. For this reason, it was decided to withdraw it to the reserve, having built the very Central steam-water boiler room. Such a move contributed to the improvement of the environmental situation, however, it left a whole area without an independent generation facility, since the TsVVB used steam from the Vladivostok CHPP-2. At the same time, significant heat losses were recorded, because it was transported along the longest steam pipeline in Russia with the length of whole 7 km.

The decision to create a new energy source was pushed by the rapidly developing construction in residential areas “Snegovaya Pad”, “Patroclus”, as well as the design of new residential areas. The increase in the number of potential consumers could provoke a shortage of heat supply. In addition, the new CHP was designed taking into account the generation of additional electricity and the release of heat energy from CHP-2 to supply other areas of Vladivostok.

The first stone in the foundation of the “Eastern” was laid in July 2012 of the year, with the construction site side by side with the operating CSVB, which created additional difficulties.


The station is equipped with the latest engineering thought. It is equipped with an automated process control system (APCS) that allows automation to independently control the operating parameters of gas turbines in accordance with the power that is required of them at the moment.

The company has implemented a software and hardware system that provides control and metering of electricity generation, the issuance of electrical power to the wholesale market. This makes the new CHP one of the most high-tech thermal power plants in Russia.

The facility was built taking into account the operation of modern gas turbines. The “dry” method of suppression of emissions used in their construction provides the minimum level of nitrogen oxides (in 3-4 times lower than the MPC). During operation of the facility, continuous monitoring of nitrogen oxides on each chimney is provided, which guarantees a high level of environmental safety.

- A total of 149 specialists will work at the station, most of them have already been hired. Employees are recruited in accordance with the schedule. In October, it is planned to complete the staffing of the CHPP personnel. Some of the employees were hired from among those who had previously worked at the Central Securities Market Bank, the press service of Far Eastern Generating Company said.
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