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In the Far East will close the worn-out CHP and TPP
As part of the draft comprehensive development plan for the trunk infrastructure in the Far East, which is being discussed by the Russian government, the 41 power unit with a capacity of up to 1,5 GW will be withdrawn. This is a worn generation. This applies to the Yakutsk State District Power Station, the Khabarovsk CHPP-1, the Artyomovskaya CHPP, the Maykoy GRES, as well as individual turbine units at other stations.
How told "Kommersant" in RusHydro, the power of Mayskaya TPP will be replaced by the CHP plant already under construction in Sovetskaya Gavan. To replace the remaining stations, the state holding proposes to build the second stages of the Yakutsk TPP-2, the Khabarovsk TPP-4 and the Artyomovsk TPP-2 under the modernization program of old thermal power plants.
Yakutsk State District Power Station was built in 1970 year. It is the only station in the world in permafrost, whose gas turbine installations can operate on both natural gas and diesel fuel. At the same time, NGRPP functions as a classical thermal power plant - it produces electricity and heat. Maiskaya GRES was built in 1938 year. Its units have developed their resources, so the construction of CHP in Sovetskaya Gavan began.
CHP-1 in Khabarovsk was launched in 1954 year. At the beginning of the 2000-s there was a reconstruction, which allowed the use of natural gas for work. Artyomovskaya CHP is much older than Khabarovsk - it was built in 1936 year. Now it is the only source of centralized heat supply in the Artyomovsky urban district.