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).


Due to the increased needs of the enterprise, two JMS 320 GS gas engine power plants manufactured by INNIO Jenbacher will be installed at the station. The supplier of the equipment was Max Motors. New gas engine plants are needed for the expanding dairy plant and new treatment facilities.

Since 2014 three JMS 320 GS power plants each rated at 1063 kW have been operated as a part of the enterprise's power plant.


Alfa Balt Balt Engineering is implementing a project of multi-unit diesel power station. The scope of work includes the design, manufacture and supply of BKEM NORD-1800/0.4-U1 8 diesel generators each rated at 1384 kW and a voltage of 10.5 kV.


With the connection of the 9th power unit to the unified energy system of the country the modernization of the Syrdarya thermal power plant has been completed. The investment project worth $146 million was implemented jointly with the Power Machines company. As part of the project the modernization at the station took place in stages: the 3rd and 4th power units in 2019, the 5th and 6th in 2020 and the 9th-10th in 2021.

As a result of the work carried out the capacity of each power unit on the base of  K-300-240-1 steam turbines was increased from 300 to 325 MW, and the nominal fuel consumption per kW/h is reduced by 40 g . Thus upon completion of the three-stage modernization savings will amount to 270 million m3 of gas per year.

The works included the comprehensive improvement of turbine, generator, boiler and auxiliary equipment, the introduction of automatic process control systems, the reconstruction of the automatic control system, as well as a full range of construction and installation, commissioning and supervision works.


The new feature is said to reduce fuel consumption by 1 %.The fuel saving is achieved by reducing friction between the bearing and crankshaft. This is achieved by furbishing the surface of the bearings with grooves which channel lubricant to create an anti-friction surface.