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The terms of the tender for the supply of hydraulic units for the Irkutsk Hydroelectric Power Station for 4 billion rubles transferred - EastRussia | Far East

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The timing of the tender for the supply of hydraulic units for the Irkutsk Hydroelectric Power Station for 4 billion rubles transferred

The deadlines for accepting applications and summarizing the tender for supply of turbines and generators for Irkutsk HPP were transferred by PJSC "Irkutskenergo"

This is reported on the site of public procurement.

According to the new tender notice, the company intends to review applications from the participants until March 30, to sum up - 15 June.

The initial contract price remains the same - 4 billion rubles.

Earlier, Irkutskenergo planned to sum up the tender for the supply of equipment for April 5.

According to the technical documentation, the company intends to replace the hydraulic units NN 1,2,7,8 at the Irkutsk Hydroelectric Power Plant, each of which includes a turbine with an impeller and a hydrogenerator.

The Irkutsk Hydroelectric Power Plant is the first of a cascade of hydropower plants on the Angara and the first major hydropower plant in Eastern Siberia, which was put into commercial operation in October 1959. The capacity of the hydropower plant, according to the Irkutskenergo website, is 662,4 MW (8 hydraulic units of 82,8 MW), the station generates 4,1 billion kWh per year on average, Interfax notes.

PJSC Irkutskenergo is the largest energy-coal company in Russia, including thermal power plants and hydroelectric power plants, as well as heat networks, coal mines, transportation companies, repair factories and a processing plant. OJSC Eurosibenergo (part of En + Group) owns 50,19% of Irkutskenergo shares, and PJSC Inter RAO 40,007%.