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SP of the Russian Federation: the failure of the terms of the input of thermal power units in the DFO leads to higher prices for these projects
Three out of four investment projects at thermal power plants in the Far Eastern Federal District, based on construction standards, will not be put into operation on schedule. This is stated in the report of the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation based on the results of monitoring the implementation of JSC RusHydro's priority projects in Eastern Siberia and the Far East.
We are talking about the construction of CHP in the town of Sovetskaya Gavan, the 1-th stage of the Sakhalin TPP-2 and the Yakutsk GRES-2, as well as the 2-th stage of the Blagoveshchensk TPP. The planned financing of these facilities for 2013 for the year was 7,5 billion rubles. “At the same time, it was actually financed in 2013 for the purpose of implementing construction of facilities only 2,78 billion rubles, or 37% of the financing plan for the investment program,” the report says.
Of all the projects only CHP in the city of Sovetskaya Gavan can be put into operation in rows, that is, by December of 2016. Construction and installation works of the main construction period at this stage of CHPP project development did not begin, but its implementation in the planned terms is still possible provided they are immediately started.
According to the Accounts Chamber, the postponement of the commissioning of stations leads to higher construction costs and “loss of control by the Russian Federation over the targeted use of funds allocated from the federal budget to the authorized capital of JSC RusHydro.” According to the report, only the postponement of the construction of the Blagoveshchensk TPP-2 from Q1 2015 to Q4 2017, “may lead, according to an engineering company, to an increase in the cost of the project by 6,5%, or 638 million rubles”