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The construction of the foundation for the new boiler unit of the Blagoveshchensk CHP has been completed

CJSC Blagoveshchenskaya CHPP (customer-developer of the second stage of the facility of the same name, subsidiaries and dependent companies of JSC RusHydro, managed by JSC RAO Energy Systems of the East) started pouring the foundations of the turbine unit and the cooling tower. The construction of the foundation of the cooling tower will last until mid-November, then the construction of its bowl will begin. The builders will begin the enlarged assembly of the boiler frame at the end of August, immediately after the delivery of the structures to the construction site, the press service of RAO ES Vostoka reports.

To date, the general contractor of OJSC Power Machines, in accordance with the design decisions, has completed the construction of the foundation for a new boiler unit. Work is underway on the reorganization of internal communications (pipelines of network water, cable channels), the preparation of the construction yard and the organization of temporary power supply to the construction site. Builders also update and repair railway tracks for the delivery of basic equipment to the installation site.

In parallel with the construction work is the manufacture of energy equipment. The steam turbine and the turbine generator were launched. They will be delivered to the site at the beginning of 2015 in the city. At the Taganrog boiler plant “Krasny Kotelshchik” they are finishing the production of a pulverized coal-fired unit. A block transformer and an auxiliary transformer are assembled in St. Petersburg at a joint venture between the general contractor and Toshiba. 

After the construction of the 2nd stage, the installed electric capacity of the station will increase by 120 MW and will amount to 400 MW, thermal capacity - by 188 Gcal / h, up to 1005 Gcal / h. Annual output will reach 464 million kWh, and annual electricity supply - 427,0 million kWh. The fuel for the station will be coal from the Erkovetskiy open pit (Amur Region). Completion of construction is scheduled for the end of 2015. The total cost of construction of the second stage of the Blagoveshchenskaya CHPP is 8,236 billion rubles (including VAT).

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