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The foundations are being prepared for the GTU of the Vostochnaya CHPP
JSC RAO Energy Systems of the East has begun construction of a pile field for the foundations of gas turbine units (GTU) at the Vostochnaya CHPP under construction in the capital of Primorye. To date, the builders have already completed the installation of the pile foundation for the foundation of GTU No. 3, reinforcement of the foundation and installation of the pile foundation for the foundations of GTU No. 1, 2 are in progress. The work on pouring the foundations of all three GTUs is planned to be completed by early October, the press service of the energy company reports.
After the installation of the foundations, the main equipment will be installed on them. In June of this year, the construction site of the Vostochnaya CHPP was delivered to three LM6000 PF Sprint gas turbine units (GTU) produced by General Electric. The electrical power of each GTU is 46,5 MW.
To date, the construction of a new main building of the power plant is also on the territory of the future thermal power plant "Vostochnaya". In addition, the builders are working on the transfer of existing equipment in accordance with the construction project. Every day more than 200 people and 49 units of equipment work on the site.
The capacity of the new combined heat and power plant will be 139,5 MW of electric energy and 421 Gcal / h of thermal energy in hot water and 11 Gcal / h in steam. It is planned to put the station into operation in 2015 year. The project fuel is natural gas.
The need to build a new CHP is caused, first of all, by the projected shortage of heat supply in Vladivostok due to the construction of new residential areas, such as the already existing “Snegovaya Pad” and “Patrokl”, as well as the new residential areas now being designed. The commissioning of the Vostochnaya CHPP will make it possible to provide about 20% of the city’s need for electricity.