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On the construction of Sakhalinskaya GRES-2 will be busy 1200 people

The construction of the first stage of the Sakhalin GRES-2 will employ 1200 people, mostly from the Far East. Part of the personnel employed at the construction site will be employees of the existing Sakhalin State District Power Plant, the press service of RAO ES of the East reports.

Works on the design of the station were completed, in January 2014, the project was transferred to the state examination. The general contractor of the project will be determined in November 2014. He will make a final decision on how work will be organized and which companies will be attracted for construction.

At the stage of preparation and implementation of a set of general measures, RAO ES of the East plans to attract Sakhalin contractors and residents of the Tomarinsky urban district. “To perform complex works, engineers and technicians from specialized organizations in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk and other cities of the Far East will be involved,” the company explains.

Electrical work, as well as the installation and commissioning of instrumentation and automation should be performed by specialists from Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk and Komsomolsk-on-Amur. Contractors for the installation of main and auxiliary equipment, as well as other general construction and specialized works of the future station will be determined on a competitive basis.

Sakhalinskaya GRES-2 is one of the four priority investment projects of JSC RusHydro, implemented jointly with the holding of JSC RAO ES of the East. The installed electric capacity of the first stage of the Sakhalin GRES-2 will be 120 MW, the installed heat capacity - 15 Gcal / h. The annual output will reach 840 million kWh. The fuel for the Sakhalin GRES-2 will be the coal from the Sakhalin deposits.

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