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The overloaded substation will be reconstructed in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky

The substation "KSI", located in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky at Pobedy Avenue, 24 (the area of ​​the bus station at 10 km), will be reconstructed. In Q1 2016, an additional 40 MVA (megavolt-ampere) transformer and switchgear will be installed there. This decision was made at a meeting held by the Governor of the Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Ilyukhin, the press service of the head of the region said.

“In the northern part of the city, there is an acute problem of connecting consumers to the energy supply - there will be intensive residential development, construction of social facilities and a large concentration of business consumers, - I said, Vladimir Ilyukhin. - Having carried out the reconstruction, we must not only solve the problem of connecting new consumers, but also get a certain reserve for energy supply. "

Today the substation "KSI" operates with overload (within the limits of permissible norms) and is a "closed power center", in connection with which there is no possibility of connecting new subscribers. On behalf of the Governor of the Kamchatka Territory, Vladimir Ilyukhin, and for the implementation of the decisions of the investment council under the government of the Kamchatka Territory on the development of energy, the task was set to ensure the reliability of energy supply and reduce the cost of connecting consumers.

“We decided not to build the Seroglazka substation, the estimated cost of which is about 800 million rubles, but to modernize the KSI substation by installing a third transformer and switchgear, which will cost about 190 million rubles. This year we are also starting the reconstruction of the Severnaya substation and we plan to complete this work in 2015. The amount of funds provided for by OJSC Kamchatskenergo is 102 million rubles, - said the general director of JSC Kamchatenergo Sergey Kondratiev. -Reconstruction of "Severnaya" will significantly increase the reliability of power supply to the entire northeastern part of the city, as well as increase the reserve of capacities in the specified area, which will allow connecting new subscribers to power grids, including energy-intensive facilities such as a regional hospital, a winter sports park , Ice Palace. We hope that this will contribute to the development of this part of the city. "

As a result of the implementation of reconstruction measures, the capacity reserve, taking into account the long-term development plans of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and part of the Elizovsky district, at the Severnaya substation will be up to 10 years, at the KSI substation - up to 8 years.

Moreover, the cost of payment for technological connection to electric grids has been differentiated and lowered. If earlier the consumer paid about 17 thousand rubles for 1 kW, now - depending on the required capacity. So, for connection capacity from 1 MW and above, the consumer will pay 4,9 thousand rubles (for 1 kW).

According to the Minister of Housing and Communal Services and Energy of the Kamchatka Territory Viktor Murzintsev, work to ensure the reliability of power supply has already been carried out in the central part of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky near the regional hospital, the Zerkalnaya substation has been reconstructed.

“In the near future, it is also planned to modernize the power grid complex in Elizovo, where active housing construction is underway, - сказал Victor Murzintsev. - For this, the Moroznaya substation is being designed, which will allow us to receive an additional 5 MW, connect the sports complex on Moroznaya Mountain and unload the Vodozabor substation.

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