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Power engineers are looking for designers for new thermal power plants in Khabarovsk and Artem
Far Eastern Generating Company announced two tenders for the selection of a design organization for the construction of the Khabarovsk CHPP-4 and the Artyomovskaya CHPP-2. The work is carried out within the framework of the long-term program developed by PJSC RusHydro for the replacement of retired facilities and the development of the power systems of the Far East.
The contractor should develop the design documentation for the construction of the Khabarovsk CHPP-4 by the middle of 2020. Winner of the competition plan to determine until the end of December. New CHP will appear in the territory adjacent to CHP-1. According to the press service of the DHA, this is the most optimal point, since six main heating mains and electrical networks leave from there.
The declared installed electric power of CHPP-4 should be not less than 300 MW, thermal - not less than 1100 Gcal * h. It will replace the outdated equipment of the CHPP-1 and will take over the thermal and electrical load of consumers in Khabarovsk. As Maxim Niklonsky, Deputy General Director of DGK JSC for Capital Construction and Investments, said, it is planned that CHPP-4 will run on gas. This will minimize the negative impact of the station on the environment, as well as completely eliminate ash emissions. In addition, the project will not require the construction of new ash dumps.
Artyomovskaya CHPP-2 in Primorye should replace the retiring capacities of the existing CHPP. The contractor will be given 15 months to develop a project. He will have to determine the main technical and economic indicators of the project, conduct an independent technical and price audit, engineering surveys, develop design estimates, and also pass a state expert review of the project. It should be completed in 2020 year.
It is planned that the installed capacity of the new power facility will be no less than 455 MW of electrical and 450 Gcal * h of thermal energy. This will give an increase compared to the power of the existing station on 55 MW for electricity and 150 Gcal * h for heat. The timing and cost of construction will determine the results of the development and examination of project documentation.