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Yakutskaya GRES-2 receives the first batch of equipment
CJSC Yakutskaya GRES-2 (the customer-developer of the facility of the same name, subsidiaries and dependent companies of JSC RusHydro, is in the trust management of JSC RAO Energy Systems of the East) accepts the first batch of equipment for the future plant. Parts of three peak hot water boilers (PVK) arrived at the construction site of YaGRES-2. It is planned to fully receive all the elements of the PVK by the end of October, the installation of boilers will begin in the spring of 2015, the press service of the energy company reports.
The rest of the equipment (boilers, booster compressor stations, gas turbine units (GTU)) is expected to arrive during the first half of the year 2015.
Yakutskaya GRES-2 (first stage) is one of four projects of the investment program of JSC RusHydro for the construction of new power facilities in the Far East, implemented jointly with JSC RAO Energy Systems of the East in accordance with the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation. The electric capacity of the first stage of the new GRES will be 193 MW, and the thermal capacity - 469 Gcal / h (including the peak hot water boiler house). The new station will allow replacing the outdated operating Yakutskaya GRES, creating a capacity reserve and improving the reliability of power supply to the capital of the Republic of Sakha-Yakutia and adjacent uluses.
To date, the installation of the piles under the integrated hull on the lower site of the facility has been completed. In the combined building there will be a central heat point (TSC), water treatment plants (TLU), a pumping station for domestic water supply with water supply tanks. Heat transfer and pumping equipment will be placed in the central heating point to supply network water to the urban heat supply networks and installation to provide heating networks with make-up water. The TLU with tank facilities will provide water treatment for the needs of YGRES-2.