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An environmentally friendly CHP will appear in Khabarovsk by 2024

An environmentally friendly CHP will appear in Khabarovsk by 2024
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In Khabarovsk, an environmentally friendly CHP plant will start operating in 2024. Its cost will be 57 billion rubles.

According to the press service of the government of the Khabarovsk Territory, the design of the Khabarovsk CHPP-4 has been completed. The start of construction is scheduled for the current year. The main fuel for the new CHPP will be natural gas, and diesel fuel will be used as a reserve.

The project provides for the construction on the basis of four power units GTU-CHPP, each of which consists of a gas turbine unit and a waste-heat boiler. Additionally, it is planned to build a complex of heating plants with five hot water boilers. The electric capacity of the new station will be 328 MW, the thermal capacity - 1 Gcal / hour.

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