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In 35 million rubles cost DHA overhaul unit Khabarovsk CHP-3 - EastRussia | Far East






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In 35 million rubles cost DHA overhaul unit Khabarovsk CHP-3

Overhaul of the power unit N4 of Khabarovsk CHP-3 at 35 million rubles was completed by Far Eastern Generation Company (DGC, part of the RAO ES East holding company)

In 35 million rubles cost DHA overhaul unit Khabarovsk CHP-3
This was reported by the press service of the branch of the Khabarovskaya Generation Company.

This is the first overhaul of the power unit in 10 years from the moment it was commissioned.

The fourth power unit of the Khabarovsk CHP plant-3 was launched in 2006 year, which allowed to increase the power capacity of the station by 180 MW.
Over the past ten years, the power unit has completed 50 thousand hours, produced 7,016 billion kWh of electricity and about 7,3 million Gcal of heat.

In 2012, equipment was upgraded to use natural gas along with coal, Interfax notes.

Khabarovsk Generation is the largest subsidiary of JSC DGK, operating in the Khabarovsk Territory. The branch includes seven power plants (Khabarovsk CHPP-1, Khabarovsk CHPP-3, Komsomolskaya CHPP-2, Komsomolskaya CHPP-3, Amurskaya CHPP-1, Mayskaya TPP, Nikolaevskaya CHPP). Total installed capacity: electric - 2 thou. 231,3 MW, thermal - 6 thou. 371,8 Gcal / hour.

DGK is the fourth largest installed capacity of TGKs in Russia (5 thousand 846,58 MW and 12 thousand 615,28 Gcal / h) and the largest participant in the energy market of the Far East, produces heat and electricity. The DHA includes 15 power plants and 8 large boiler houses in five constituent entities of the Russian Federation (Amur Region, Jewish Autonomous Region, Khabarovsk and Primorsky Territories, in the south of Yakutia), 980 km of heating mains (in two pipes).

PJSC “DEK” works as part of PJSC “RAO ES of the East”, the main shareholder of which is PJSC “RusHydro”.