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A diesel power station worth 19 million rubles is launched in Yakutia

OJSC Sakhaenergo, a subsidiary of OJSC AK Yakutskenergo (part of the RAO ES Vostoka holding), has put into operation a modular automated diesel power plant in the village of Bakhany, Zhiganskiy ulus, with a capacity of 397 kW.

The cost of the new power facility was 19 million rubles, the press service of the regional administration reports.

The station consists of seven block modules containing Cummins diesel generators, an operator station for an automated process control system, a network pumping station, a repair shop, and a fuel-oil preparation room.

DES is equipped with a third degree of automation, which provides automatic control of all parameters of the station. The facility also has a satellite antenna for monitoring equipment and remote monitoring of technological processes from Yakutsk.

Sakhaenergo notes that the commissioning of the station is marked by two anniversaries - the 100th anniversary of the opening of the first Yakutian power plant and the 100th facility of Sakhaenergo.

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