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New power lines worth more than 250 million rubles will be built in Vladivostok

The branch of RAO ESK Vostok, JSC "DRSK" - "Primorskie Electric Networks" began construction of cable power lines to connect the CHP "Vostochnaya" in Vladivostok. The total cost of the project will be over 250 million rubles. Power lines will connect the new power plant with the existing power centers.

In total, four new 110 kV power transmission lines will be built to connect Vostochnaya CHPP. The route of high-voltage cable transmission lines will pass through two districts of Vladivostok - Sovetsky and Pervorechensky. The lines will be laid underground at a depth of one and a half meters, their total length will be more than 8 kilometers, the press service of "DRSK" - "Primorskie Electric Networks" reports.

The capacity of the new CHPP will be 139,5 MW of electric energy and 421 Gcal / h of heat energy in hot water and 11 Gcal / h in steam. It is planned to put the station into operation in 2015. The need for its construction is due to the projected shortage of heat supply in Vladivostok in connection with the construction of new residential areas, such as the already existing Snegovaya Pad and Patrokl, as well as new residential areas that are currently being designed. Commissioning of the Vostochnaya CHPP will provide about 20% of the city's electricity needs.

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