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The draft scheme for the issuance of heat capacity of CHP in the city of Sovetskaya Gavan sent for state examination - RusHydro

The draft scheme for the heat output of the TPP in the town of Sovetskaya Gavan was sent for examination to the FAU Glavgosexpertiza of Russia. According to the press service of JSC RusHydro, it is planned that by early October the project will receive the conclusion of the supervisory authority.

The TPP in Sovetskaya Gavan is one of the four priority investment projects of JSC RusHydro, implemented jointly with the holding RAO ES of the East. The new station will provide heat to more than 27 thousand residents of the Sovetsko-Gavanskiy municipal district of the Khabarovsk Territory, for this 12,1 km of heating networks will be built.

In April of this year, the Federal State Autonomous Institution Glavgosexpertiza of Russia agreed on the estimated part of the construction project for the station’s main facilities, and in July the Thermal Power Plant in Sovetskaya Gavan CJSC received permission from the administration of the Sovetsko-Gavansky municipal district of the Khabarovsk Territory to conduct construction work.

To date, the preparatory work has been completed at the site of the future station: engineering networks have been shifted that impede the construction of access roads to the CHPP, the temporary fencing of the construction site has been completed, and the vertical layout of the site has been completed. The general contractor of the project, GlobalElectroService OJSC, has begun the construction of the station pit. 

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