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By 2027, Sakhalin authorities are planning to shift 90% of the thermal networks of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

The authorities of the Sakhalin Oblast state that it is necessary to relocate 90% of the heat networks of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk to 2027 in order to prepare the city’s heat supply system for new loads.

"In accordance with these plans (an increase in the number of heated premises - IF), a promising heat supply scheme for Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk provides for the reconstruction of base pumping stations, reduction of network heat losses and coolant leaks by shifting 90% of heating networks, hydraulic adjustment," said the regional governor Alexander Khoroshavin at the ENES-2014 forum in Moscow on Friday.

He noted that in accordance with the general plan of the city, the area of ​​heated premises should grow from 2027 million to 4,8 million square meters by the year of 9,5. meters, which in turn will lead to an increase in the heat load in the city from 540 Gcal / hour to 870 Gcal / hour.

At the same time, he said, the implementation of a promising heat supply scheme for Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk will reduce the specific consumption of equivalent fuel for heat generation, increase the heat utilization rate (from the current 49% to 87%), almost halve the loss of heat energy (from 24% to 14%) and increase the probability of uptime of the heating system (up to 89% from the current 63%).

A prospective heat supply scheme for Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk for the term of 2013-2027 was adopted in 2013. The total amount of funding required for the implementation of a promising heat supply scheme for Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk is 16 billion rubles.

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