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DVEUK will launch PS Peleduy in Yakutia in September of this year
The Far Eastern Energy Management Company completed a comprehensive testing of the 220/110/10 kV Peleduy substation in the Western Energy District of Yakutia. This is the last object of the largest power grid project in the Far East for the construction of a 220 kV overhead line "Chernyshevsky - Mirny - Lensk - Peleduy" with a tap to pump station No. 14, the press service of the energy company reports.
According to Anatoly Maximov, Director of Construction of JSC Far Eastern Power Engineering Company, after the completion of construction and commissioning works at the substation, comprehensive testing of power equipment was carried out. Currently, permits are being issued for the commissioning of all power facilities of the project in September of the current year.
JSC "DVEUK" realizes an investment project worth more than 36 billion rubles at the request of the Ministry of Energy of Russia. Between 2010 and 2014 1 500 km of 220 kV transmission lines were built in the Western power district of Yakutia, including four new substations with a total transformer capacity of 352 MVA.
The project implementation is aimed at reducing the decentralized power supply zone, optimizing fuel costs for generating electricity and providing reliable power supply to consumers, including the East Siberia - Pacific oil pipeline facilities.