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Artemovskaya CHPP will enter the Federal Target Program for the Development of the Far East

The CHP in Artem, the construction of which is planned in Primorye, can be included in the federal target program "Economic and social development of the Far East and Transbaikalia for the period up to 2025".

The task to consider the possibility of including a new CHP in the program was put by the head of Primorye, Vladimir Miklushevsky, during his visit to the Mikhailovsky District on July 11.

According to the First Vice-Governor Vasily Usoltsev, the Department of Energy, Oil and Gas Complex and the Coal Industry of the Primorsky Territory is preparing relevant appeals to the Government of the Russian Federation.

The new Artemovskaya CHPP will have a capacity of at least 650 MW. Its appearance will not only solve the problems of thermal and electric power shortage in Primorye, but also significantly improve the ecological and economic parameters of the stations.

“An important task set by Vladimir Miklushevsky is the use of the Artyomovskaya CHPP as a fuel brown coal from the Pavlovsky open-pit mine located in the village of Novoshakhtinsky. This is a principled position, ”emphasized Vasily Usoltsev.

He added that by 2019 the volume of coal mining in Novoshakhtinsk will be doubled. This will be possible, including, thanks to the modernization of Artemovskaya CHPP.

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