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Plans for creating TOPs required updating the scheme for development of distribution networks in Primorye

OJSC Far Eastern Distribution Grid Company (part of RAO ES of the East) has begun to develop the "Scheme for the development of 35-110 kV distribution networks in Vladivostok until 2030," the press service of the energy company reported. The scheme will also take into account the Artyomovsky urban district, Nadezhdinsky and Khasansky districts adjacent to the regional center. For the coming years, the document will become the basis for the formation of investment and repair programs for the Primorsky branch of the DRSK.

Changes in the scenario conditions for the economic development of the region and plans for the creation of advanced development areas (PDA) required updating the power grid development scheme in the south of Primorye. For connection of large production sites, reconstruction and construction of new substations and 110 kV transmission lines will be needed. According to preliminary estimates, priority development areas will require about 400 MW of additional capacity.
The Siberian Energy Science and Technology Center is engaged in the preparation of the electric grid development scheme commissioned by DRSK. Within half a year, a full analysis of the status of the network 35-110 kV will be carried out, a list of facilities for reconstruction and new construction is determined, options for the development of the power grid complex taking into account the socio-economic prospects of the south of Primorsky Krai are developed.

To date, the center's specialists have begun collecting initial information about the current state of equipment, loads and power consumption in the coastal branches of the DRSK, DGK, MES Vostok. The request was sent to the administration of Primorsky Krai. To draw up a network development plan, power engineers need to synchronize plans for technical re-equipment and construction of power grid equipment of the Primorsky branch of the DRSK with the economic development program in the south of Primorye, as well as investment programs of large power companies operating in the region.

According to the DRSK specialists, Vladivostok, Artyom, Nadezhdinsky and Khasansky districts have been experiencing a shortage of free capacity for many years. Power engineers are faced with the need to create a network development scheme that would take into account all the prospective energy needs of the south of Primorye, and economically sound optimal technical solutions were proposed to eliminate the energy deficit in these territories.

The company plans to complete work on creating a power grid development plan for Vladivostok and surrounding areas in the first half of 2015. 

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