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The Ministry of Energy has checked the construction progress of the Yakutsk TPP-2
In Yakutsk, an off-site meeting of the commission of the Ministry of Energy to analyze the execution of the decree of the President of the Russian Federation on the development of the energy sector in the Far East took place. According to the press service of RAO Energy Systems of the East, the participants discussed the construction progress of four new power facilities, the construction of which is being carried out by the RusHydro Group in the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District - CHP.
The meeting was attended by Pavel Snikkars, Director of the Electricity Development Department of the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation, Sergei Tolstoguzov, Director General of RAO Energy Systems of the East, Nikolai Tereshkov, Director General of Yakutskaya GRES-2 CJSC, representatives of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), supervisory and regulatory bodies.
During the visit, the delegation inspected the construction site of the Yakutskaya GRES-2. Sergei Tolstoguzov, General Director of RAO ES of the East, noted that the bulk of the work related to the preparation of the construction site in permafrost conditions has been completed. The general contractor has developed a project for the production of concreting works in the winter period, which will allow the construction of a new station to continue in low temperatures.
Yakutskaya GRES-2 (first stage) is one of the four projects of the investment program of JSC RusHydro for the construction of new power facilities in the Far East, implemented jointly with JSC RAO Energy Systems of the East in accordance with the decree of the President of the Russian Federation. The electric capacity of the first stage of the new GRES will be 193 MW, the thermal capacity - 469 Gcal / h (including the peak hot water boiler house).