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In the second quarter of 2017, the construction of the 2 line of the Nizhne-Bureyskaya HPP will be completed - Alexander Kozlov

In the second quarter of next year, it is planned to finish the construction of the second stage of the Nizhne-Bureyskaya HPP

In the second quarter of 2017, the construction of the 2 line of the Nizhne-Bureyskaya HPP will be completed - Alexander Kozlov
This was reported to the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin by the Governor of the Amur Region Alexander Kozlov.

“It is already built on 80%, now the issue is being resolved with the reservoir bed, there is a question of deforestation. Due to seasonal conditions, it was the winter period, we plan to finish somewhere in the second quarter of 2017 of the year, ”A. Kozlov answered the president’s question when the second stage of the hydropower plant will be introduced.

Initially it was assumed that the input of the Nizhne-Bureyskaya HPP will take place in the 2016 year, and the output to the full design capacity in the 2017 year. The project is being implemented by RusHydro.

As explained on the RusHydro website, the Nizhne-Bureiskaya HPP is the counter-regulator of the Bureiskaya HPP. The design capacity of the station is 320 MW (4 hydraulic unit), the average annual output is 1,65 billion kWh. In addition to generating electricity, an important function of the Nizhne-Bureiskaya HPP is the leveling of uneven during the day discharges from the Bureiskaya HPP. Construction of the Nizhne-Bureiskaya HPP has been going on since 2010.

The RusHydro Group is an energy holding controlled by the state, managing hydroelectric power plants in the Russian Federation. The installed capacity of the stations of the group is 38,5 GW, including the electric capacities of JSC RAO Energy Systems of the East, as well as the Boguchanskaya HPP, Interfax notes.

Currently, the state owns 66,84% RusHydro.