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On the CHP site in Sovetskaya Gavan, work is underway to prepare the foundations of the main building.

The first concrete was poured into the foundation of the main building of the TPP in the town of Sovetskaya Gavan. This was reported by the press service of JSC RusHydro.

Work on the foundations of the main body will continue until the end of December. Pouring the foundations for the main equipment of the CHP plant will begin in 2015 and will be carried out simultaneously with the construction of the main building. In parallel with the work on the main building, the foundation pit was cleared for the integrated auxiliary building after drilling and blasting operations. Completed drilling and blasting at the site of the chimney and on the site of the administrative building of the power plant.

In the near future, the company will begin construction of the 35 kV transmission line, a length of about 2 km, from the Egge substation to the CHP site, which is part of the plant’s electrical power distribution scheme. 121 people and 73 units of equipment are currently working on the construction site and off-site facilities.

A new station is being built in the Khabarovsk Territory as part of a presidential decree on the development of the energy sector of the Far East. The installed electrical capacity of the first stage of the CHP plant will be 120 MW, thermal power - 200 Gcal / h. Urgal coal of grade “G” is supposed to be used as a fuel for the production of electricity and heat. The total estimated construction cost, according to Glavgosekpertiza, is 18,591 billion rubles.

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