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CHP project in Sovetskaya Gavan agreed
JSC "RAO Energy Systems of the East" received a positive conclusion from the FAU "Glavgosexpertiza of Russia" on the estimated part of the project for the construction of a thermal power plant in the town of Sovetskaya Gavan, Khabarovsk Territory. This was reported by the press service of JSC RusHydro.
In addition, the Ministry of Energy has given permission to use budget funds for the project. Thus, a complete cycle of checks and approvals has been completed. After completion of the tender for general contracting, construction and installation works will be launched on the site.
The audit confirmed the estimated cost of the station in the amount of 18 billion 591 million rubles. Estimates made by CJSC "Siberian ENTTs" (general designer) were accepted with minor adjustments. According to the conclusion issued by the FAU "Glavgosexpertiza of Russia", the estimate documentation for the construction of the facility complies with the current standards in the field of estimated rationing and pricing.
The installed electric capacity of the first stage of the CHP plant will be 120 MW, thermal power - 200 Gcal / h. The project envisages the construction of on-site infrastructure for the next bursts, which in the future will increase the electric capacity of the plant to 360 MW.
Urgal coal of mark H is supposed to be used as a fuel for the production of electricity and heat. Completion of the station construction is planned for 2016 year.
The new CHP is of strategic importance for the developing in the Port Special Economic Zone region, which provides for the construction of a multi-port and ship repair center, container and coal terminals, as well as fish and seafood processing facilities.
The new facilities will be able to replace the technically outdated equipment of the Maysk TPP. In addition, the construction of the CHP will be carried out taking into account the electricity needs of the Baikal-Amur Mainline.
Currently there is a competition for general contracting for the construction of the station. The selection of the general contractor is scheduled for completion in the third quarter of 2014.