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The lease agreement for the property complex of the Yakutsk TPP-2 is signed by Yakutskenergo PJSC - EastRussia | Far East

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The lease agreement for the property complex of Yakutsk SDPP-2 was signed by PJSC "Yakutskenergo"

The lease agreement for the property complex of Yakutsk SDPP-2, on the basis of which the power company will operate the facilities of the new station upon completion of construction, was signed by PJSC "Yakutskenergo"

The lease agreement for the property complex of Yakutsk SDPP-2 was signed by PJSC "Yakutskenergo"
This was stated by the General Director of Yakutskenergo, Oleg Tarasov, at a meeting with the team of the operating YaGRES-1.

Currently, an agreement has been signed between Yakutsk TPP-2 JSC (the customer-developer of the same name, a subsidiary of PJSC RusHydro, is under the trust management of PJSC RAO ES of the East) and PJSC Yakutskenergo for the provision of operational services technical equipment management for the period of commissioning. The recruitment of operational and technical personnel for staffing the staffing of the new station continues, the press service of RAO Energy Systems of the East reports.

Answering the question about the future fate of the operating station, Oleg Tarasov explained that the power of YAGRES-1 will continue to be in demand in the Central Power District of Yakutia even taking into account the input of YAGRES-2. The complete decommissioning of the country's oldest gas turbine station, operating both on natural gas and diesel fuel in permafrost conditions, is not foreseen, since it is the hub in the city's electricity and heat supply scheme.

Today, the main task of the personnel of the Yakutsk SDPP is to ensure reliable operation of the production complex, using all its rich experience, professionalism and healthy optimism until the main assets are renewed. After all, to adapt the new station to the harsh conditions of the North, it will take time. "YAGRES-1 and YAGRES-2 should work in close tandem in the interests of all consumers of the Central Power District," Tarasov added.