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RusHydro implements Far Eastern projects on schedule
On May 30, the Chairman of the Management Board of JSC RusHydro Evgeny Dod presented to the auditors of the Accounts Chamber a report on the status of four priority investment projects of the company in the Far East. According to him, work on four thermal power plants is proceeding exactly on schedule and will be completed on time.
The budget allocated 50 billion rubles for the construction of all power plants as part of the additional capitalization of JSC RusHydro. Evgeny Dod spoke in detail about each of the 4 objects - the 1st stage of the Sakhalin TPP-2, the 1st stage of the Yakutskaya TPP-2, the TPP in Sovetskaya Gavan (Khabarovsk Territory) and the 2nd stage of the Blagoveshchensk TPP.
The greatest advance was achieved in the Yakutsk State District Power Station-2, which is being built to replace the Yakutskaya State District Power Plant, as well as the second stage of the Blagoveshchensk TPP. Work on these sites is already underway on these sites.
The CHP in Sovetskaya Gavan is being built to ensure uninterrupted and cost-effective power supply to consumers in the Soviet-Gavan and Vaninsky districts of the Khabarovsk Territory, and to increase the reliability of the power supply to the Soviet-Gavansky energy center. All necessary approvals have been received for this project, and the general contractor for construction is being selected.
Sakhalin GRES-2, which will replace the retiring facilities of the existing Sakhalin GRES, completed engineering surveys and received permission to use local grades of coal as fuel. The public hearings on the ash removal system project have been completed, the documentation on it has been sent for an environmental audit. The contract for general contracting and equipment is planned to be signed in November.