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General Electric equipment arrived at the Vostochnaya CHPP

Three gas turbine units (GTU) LM6000 PF Sprint manufactured by General Electric, as well as the equipment necessary for their installation, were delivered to the construction site of the Vostochnaya CHPP. The electric power of each gas turbine unit is 46,5 MW, RAO ES of the East reports.

The delivery of the equipment will allow the power engineers to proceed with the installation immediately after the construction of the main production building of the new station in the third quarter of the year 2014. The construction of the new building is scheduled to begin in August 2014, to complete its construction - in December 2014.

Today, on the territory of the future Vostochnaya CHPP, work is being completed to dismantle old buildings and structures, in the place of which a new building of the power plant will be erected.

The capacity of the new combined heat and power plant will be 139,5 MW of electrical energy and 421 Gcal / h of thermal energy in hot water and 11 Gcal / h in steam. Putting the station into operation is planned for 2015. The fuel will be natural gas.
The need to build a new CHP is caused, first of all, by 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 currently being designed. Commissioning of the Vostochnaya CHPP will provide about 20% of the city's electricity needs.

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