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Bureyskaya HPP increased the output of energy in the first half of the year by 9%

The branch of JSC RusHydro - Bureyskaya HPP generated 3 billion kWh of electricity in the first half of 2014, which is 9% more than the same period last year, the company said.

In the first half of 20144, the branch boilers released almost 42 thsd. Gcal of heat energy from the collectors. Currently, the Bureyskaya HPP produces almost 17% of all electricity generated in the IES of the East.

In the first half of 2014, the Bureiskaya HPP transferred 28 million rubles to the federal budget, 894 million rubles to the Priamurye budget, and 3 million rubles to the budget of the Khabarovsk Territory.

19,7 mln. Rub. Was spent on repairs of the main and auxiliary equipment, as well as the complex modernization of the station. Of these, 9,8 million rubles were allocated for repair work, 9,9 million rubles were allocated for technical re-equipment and reconstruction of the main equipment of the hydroelectric station.

Bureyskaya HPP has been a branch of JSC RusHydro since January 9, 2008. A total of six hydraulic units are installed at the station, the installed capacity of the station is 2,010 thousand MW.

RusHydro Group is one of the leading Russian energy holdings, which operates the largest hydroelectric power plants in the Russian Federation. RusHydro unites more than 70 renewable energy facilities in the Russian Federation and abroad. The installed capacity of the power plants that are part of RusHydro is 37,5 GW, including the capacity of JSC RAO Energy Systems of the East, as well as the newest and most modern hydroelectric power plant in Russia - Boguchanskaya HPP.

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