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Mini-cogeneration plant "Oceanarium" is nominated for the title "The best project in the field of small-scale energy"

The project for the construction of a mini-CHP "Oceanarium", implemented by JSC "DVEUK" on the island. Russian in Vladivostok, takes part in the All-Russian competition "Small-scale power engineering - great achievements". The award was established by the Urals Small Power Industry Association with the support of the Energy Committee of the State Duma of the Russian Federation and the Russian Ministry of Energy.

Mini-HPP "Oceanarium" provides power supply to the Scientific and Educational Complex "Primorsky Oceanarium" for the highest reliability category. The design capacity of the station is more than 13 megawatt of electrical energy and almost 30 gigacalories per hour of thermal energy. In terms of energy saving and energy efficiency, mini-CHP is distinguished by modern equipment and high automation of technological processes.

At the mini-cogeneration plant, peak heat-recovery boilers "Termotehnik" TT100 (efficiency up to 96%) and the first in Russia gas turbine units "Kawasaki" GPB70 (efficiency up to 80% in the mode of simultaneous generation of electric and heat energy) are installed. The generating equipment is completely bi-fuel: the main view is natural gas, the reserve type is diesel fuel. The station was built on an individual project in the period from 2011 to 2013 years, with the power supply of the Primorsky Oceanarium being successfully carried out from 2012 year. Commissioning of the scientific and educational complex is scheduled for 2015 year.

Within the framework of the All-Russian competition "Small Power Engineering - Great Achievements", mini-HPP "Oceanarium" was nominated for "Best Small-Scale Energy Project from 6 MW". According to the organizers, more than 70 projects from Moscow, Vladivostok, Tomsk, Saratov, Sochi, Chelyabinsk, Yekaterinburg, Krasnodar Krai and other regions of Russia, as well as from the Republic of Belarus (Minsk) have been submitted to the competition. Awarding the winners with an honorary diploma and a statuette "Golden Lightning" will be held within the framework of the IV International Energy Forum "Russian-Chinese Business Dialogue: Energy Partnership of the Two Countries", which will be held in Chelyabinsk 10 December 2014.

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