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Railway branch will connect BAM with a new CHP in the city of Sovetskaya Gavan

Construction of a railway line has begun between the CHP site in the town of Sovetskaya Gavan, Khabarovsk Territory and the new Cape Maria railway station on the eastern section of the Baikal-Amur Mainline. This was reported by the press service of JSC RusHydro.

In addition to the railway line itself, the length of which is 3,85 kilometers, the builders will equip another 8 km of roadways at the new railway station. The total length of railway tracks, including the Cape Mary station and the CHPP exhibition park, will be 13,825 km. The property is scheduled for completion at the end of January 2015. During the construction of the CHP plant, equipment and materials will be transported by rail to the construction site, and during its operation, the track infrastructure will be used to deliver coal.

According to the company, 66 people and 47 vehicles are working on the construction of the access road. The cost of work under the contract will be 1,2 billion rubles.

The CHPP in Sovetskaya Gavan is one of the four priority investment projects of JSC RusHydro, implemented jointly with the RAO ES of the East holding. Work on the creation of new energy capacities is carried out within the framework of the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation on the development of the Far Eastern energy sector.

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