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"Far East Generation Company" received a passport of readiness for winter

OJSC Far Eastern Generating Company (DGK, part of the RAO Energy Systems of the East holding) received a certificate of readiness for the autumn-winter period of 2014-2015. This means that all generating facilities and thermal infrastructure of DGK are ready to operate in conditions of negative temperatures and related non-standard situations, the press service of the energy company said.

Within two months, the Interdepartmental Commission (consisting of representatives of the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation, Rostekhnadzor, EMERCOM of Russia, the System Operator of the Unified Energy System, RAO ES of the East, local and territorial authorities), under the chairmanship of the deputy head of the Far Eastern Department of Rostekhnadzor, Yuri KADOCHNIKOV, assessed the quality of equipment repairs at power facilities DHA. In addition, the members of the commission checked the amount of accumulated fuel, the training of personnel for work during the period of high loads.

The company has already completed repairs on 14 boilers with a total steam capacity of 3825 t / h, on 10 turbo units with a total capacity of 702 MW and 14 generators with a total capacity of 1292 MW. In total, 2014 plans to overhaul the 53 units of the main equipment at DGC heat and power plants. Updated more than 42 km of heating mains (102% of the plan) in South Yakutia, in the Amur Region and EAO, in the Khabarovsk and Primorye Territories. In connection with the damage to the heating mains during the destructive flood of the 2013 year, the energy sector revised the repair plan and significantly adjusted it to increase. Thus, an additional re-laying of 9 km of heating mains was carried out in Khabarovsk and in Komsomolsk-on-Amur, the areas most affected by the flood. Total to eliminate the consequences of the catastrophic flood the company sent 270 million rubles.

In general, the DGC repair program this year is about 5,9 billion rubles - this is 12% more than in 2013 year.

At 1 November, more than 2,6 million tons of coal and about 100,1 thousand tons of fuel oil have been accumulated in the warehouses of power stations and boiler-houses. This is traditionally higher than the normative reserve necessary to ensure stable generation of electrical and thermal energy at stations during peak autumn-winter loads. In case of emergency recovery work, the necessary reserve of spare parts and materials was created for more than 370 million rubles.

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