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"RAO ES of the East" relocates two mobile gas-turbine units from Vladivostok to Crimea - EastRussia | Far East

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"RAO ES of the East" relocates two mobile gas-turbine plants from Vladivostok to the Crimea

PJSC RAO ES of the East (part of the RusHydro group) will send to the Crimea two mobile gas turbine power plants (MGTES) with a total capacity of 45 MW located on the territory of the Vladivostok CHPP-1

The message of the energy holding says that moving two MGTES will reduce the remaining deficit in the power system of the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.

Two Mobile Mobile Gas Turbine Power Stations with a capacity of 22,5 MW each were installed in Vladivostok in December 2008 to ensure the balance of the urban power grid.

Work in the power grid complex has increased the reliability of the power system and eliminated the power shortage that was observed in connection with the large-scale construction being carried out in preparation for the APEC-2012 summit.
Thanks to MGTES, power engineers were able to modernize power transmission lines in Vladivostok without disconnecting consumers from electricity, Interfax reports.

The main shareholder of RAO ES of the East is PJSC RusHydro, which owns 84,39% of the energy holding.