The generating company has signed a contract with the Rusatom Service consortium and the Teploenergoservice for the supply of basic equipment for the Nizhnekamsk TPP-1 steam turbine unit.



CHP power station with electric capacity of 26 MW and thermal output of 66 MW will be put into operation this year and will become the main source of heat and electricity after the closure of the Bilibino nuclear power station. The new power station will be equipped with ten mtu 20V4000 DS3300 DCU diesel power plants.


ACWA Power Energy Company has started construction of the 240 MW Khizi-Absheron wind park near Baku. Investments in the project will amount to $300 million. After the commissioning of the wind park it is planned to provide electricity to 300 thousand households. At the same time 220 million m3 of gas will be saved which will reduce 400 thousand tons of СО2 emissions into the atmosphere annually.


ROLT PSG 1500 power plant rated at 1500 kW developed on the base of the JMS 420 gas engine generator set (INNIO Jenbacher) will provide electric power supply to the production site. The customer is GarantEnergo. Specialists of the ROLT company carried out commissioning of the station.


AGRGS is a stand-alone lubrication system for generator bearings that provides continuous automatic lubrication and remove requirement for manual greasing during service intervals. The main objective of the system is to prevent non adequate lubrication and to optimize service costs. As a result, the corresponding equipment lifetime is extended and the associated travel and labor costs are reduced, accordingly..


The K-300-240 steam power unit No. 8 has been tested and is ready for operation, its capacity was increased by 30 MW. In the future seven more power units will be upgraded at the station. The station's capacity will be 2,640 MW. The volume of investments in the modernization project is 88 billion rubles.

During the modernization of the power unit fulfilled by Power Machines JSC the high-pressure cylinder of the turbine, the medium-pressure cylinder of the turbine with intermediate steam overheating were replaced, and a number of related works were carried out. The efficiency parameters of the station have been improved, specific consumption of conventional fuel for electricity production will decrease by 10...12 g of conventional fuel per kWh.




Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. announced the receipt of an order for one 5 MW class GPB50D gas turbine cogeneration system. The order was placed by Malaysia’s Sime Darby Energy Solution Sdn. Bhd. through Kuala Lumpur–based Kawasaki Gas Turbine Asia Sdn. Bhd. (KGA).