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RAO ES of the East received a positive conclusion for the construction of the second stage of the scheme for issuing electric power of the CHP in Sovetskaya Gavan

RAO Energeticheskie sistemy Vostoka received a positive conclusion from the KGBU “Unified State Expertise of Project Documentation and Results of Engineering Surveys of the Khabarovsk Territory” on the project of the second stage of the electric power distribution scheme for the TPP in Sovetskaya Gavan.

The second stage of the project includes the construction of two power lines with the voltage of 110 kV and two substations of 10 / 35 / 110 kV, which will connect the new power station with the consumers of energy. It is planned to commence construction in March of 2015, the completion of the construction is scheduled for April 2016.

The design and construction of power grids is financed from the investment program of RAO ES of the East. At the moment, a competition has been announced to select the general contractor for construction, the results of which will be announced at the end of February 2015. At the same time, the construction of the first stage of the electric power distribution scheme has already been completed by 60%.

At the second stage of the electric power transmission scheme, the 110 kV transmission lines will be built to the village of Okocha, length 14,2 km, and the 110 kV line to the village of Vanino, length 37 km and. It is also planned to build two distribution substations near the village of Okocha and in the Egge Bay area with the voltage of 10 / 35 / 110 kV.

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