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The construction of a power transmission line for CHP in Sovetskaya Gavan - RAO ES of the East

Construction of a power transmission line for a thermal power plant in the town of Sovetskaya Gavan (Khabarovsk Territory) has begun. A 35 kV line with a size of 110 kV will be laid from the CHP site to the Egge substation; its length will be 2,2 km. The construction will last until the end of 2014, the cost of the work will be 57 million rubles. The scheme of electric power output of the new CHPP in the town of Sovetskaya Gavan refers to off-site facilities. The design and construction of electrical networks is financed from the investment program of RAO ES of the East.

The line will supply electricity to the CHP site throughout the construction period. After commissioning, the power plant will use power lines to deliver energy at a voltage of 110 kV.

The power line is being built by ZAO CHPP in Sovetskaya Gavan, the customer-developer of the facility of the same name, a subsidiary of OAO RusHydro, which is under the trust management of OAO RAO Energy Systems of the East.

Currently, the general contractor "GlobalElectroService" is cutting glades and opening pits for the foundations of power transmission line supports. Specialists are preparing for the installation of 15 masts of the overhead line. The 23-meter structures will be installed using a truck crane.

The second phase of the power distribution scheme is scheduled for January 2015. The construction of an 110 kV transmission line with a length of 37 kilometers to the village of Vanino and an 13-kilometer-long overhead line 110 kV to the village of Okocha is planned. Two distribution substations will also be built - in the area of ​​the Egge bay with voltage 10 / 35 / 110 kV and in the area of ​​the village of Okoca with voltage 110 kV. Currently, preparations are underway for a tender on the selection of a general contractor for the execution of these works.

As reported in a joint release by RusHydro and RAO ES of the East, in the course of the off-site infrastructure projects, an access railway line to the CHPP is also being built, which includes the Cape Maria junction station with a useful length of receiving and departure tracks of 1,17 km, as well as a 3,85 km connecting road with an exhibition park. The total length of the newly laid tracks is 13,8 km.

The Sovgavan thermal power plant is being built within the framework of the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation on the development of energy in the Far East. The installed electric capacity of the first stage of the CHPP will be 120 MW, heat capacity - 200 Gcal / h. It is planned to use Urgalsk coal of the G grade as fuel for the production of electricity and heat. The total estimated cost of construction, according to the conclusion of Glavgosekpertiza, is 18,591 billion rubles. At present, at the construction site of the CHPP, work continues on the arrangement of the foundations of the framework of the main building, work is underway to clear the foundation pits of the combined auxiliary building and the administrative building.

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