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In mid-July, the construction of the main facilities of the power plant in Sovetskaya Gavan

ZAO CHPP in Sovetskaya Gavan (subsidiaries and dependent companies of OAO RusHydro) received a permit to build a power plant, RAO ES Vostoka reports. The document was issued by the administration of the Soviet-Gavansky municipal district of the Khabarovsk Territory. It is expected that in mid-July, the general contractor, OJSC GlobalElektroService, will begin construction of the main facilities of the station.

A new CHP on the coast of the Tatar Strait in the Khabarovsk Territory is being built as part of a presidential decree on the development of the energy sector in the Far East. To date, preparatory work is being completed at the site of the future station: engineering networks have been shifted that impede the construction of access roads to the CHP plant, the construction of a temporary fence for the construction site has been completed, and work is in progress on the vertical layout of the site.

The installed electric capacity of the first stage of the CHPP will be 120 MW, heat capacity - 200 Gcal / h. It is planned to use Urgalsk coal of the G grade as fuel for the production of electricity and heat. The total estimated cost of construction, according to the conclusion of Glavgosekpertiza, is 18,591 billion rubles.

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