Under the contract PSM company produced eight diesel power plants for three Agroeco pig-breeding farms. They were developed on the base of Volvo Penta diesel engines. Their total electric output is 3.6 MW. Four ADV-500 power plants on the base of TAD1641GE engines were supplied to Tulskaya Region. Other four ADV-500 plants were delivered to Voronezhskaya Region.


Under the contract with Gasprom dobycha Yamburg, Ltd. UEC-Gas turbines will manufacture and supply four GTN-16R-PS gas pumping units. They will be installed on the site of booster compressor station at Zapolyarnoye oil and gas condensate field. Earlier in 2016-2018 UEC-Gas turbines produced and delivered GPA-16 gas pumping units to the site. The units were developed on the base of PS-90GP-2 gas turbine drives manufactured by UEC-Perm motors. The units are equipped with centrifugal compressors with magnetic bearings supplied by REP Holding. Changeable flow channels of the compressors are equipped with dry gas seals and rotor magnetic levitation. It eliminates mechanical friction and improves reliability of the units. Hangar type gas pumping units will be commissioned in 2021. At present there are 13 units in operation at the site. General designer of the project is Saratovsky affiliate of Gasprom projectirovanie, Ltd.


The project included construction of combined cycle power station with total electric output of 409 MW, dual electric power transmission line 220 kV and reconstruction of transmission lines. All construction works were carried out by Toyo Engineering Corporation (Japan). Single-unit power station was developed on the base of M701F gas turbine plant.


Main power equipment for the station will be supplied by Siemens. Under the contract with ArmPower Siemens will supply SGT5-PAC 2000E gas turbine power plant, SST-600 steam turbine and two SGen-100A electric generators. Efficiency of the station will be 53 %. The commissioning of the station is planned in 2021.


This is the second order Siemens Gamesa has received from Enel Russia. The first order was awarded for the 90MW Azovskaya project, which was announced by Siemens Gamesa in early October 2018. Siemens Gamesa has received an order from Russia’s independent power producer Enel Russia for the supply of wind turbines for 201 MW wind farm. Under the contract, the company will supply, install and commission 57 Siemens Gamesa 3.X platform turbines at the Kola wind farm. The Kola wind farm located in Murmansk region, Russia is expected to be commissioned by 2021. The contract includes full scale operation & maintenance (O&M) services for the first two years with an option to extend.


The company submitted the application for including the station into All-Russian program for updating of thermal power stations for 2025 according the quota of government commission of the project of Zainskaya GRES updating. The project calls for the construction of two combined cycle power units.

Under the program Tatenergo JSC plans to replace 11 dated steam turbine power units with total output of 2.2 GW with two combined cycle power units with total electric output of 1.682 GW. Supposedly they will be developed on the base of Siemens gas turbine power plants each rated at 593 MW and one steam turbine.


FG Wilson P900E1 container power plant was developed on the base of 4006-Perkins 23TAG3A diesel engine rated at 720 kW. The station is equipped with power-transfer relay provided automatic operation of the plant in emergency and stand-by mode. Equipment is installed in Sever BKS-2S container. Before delivery to the customer the plant was fully tested of the test bench of Grand Motors Group of Companies.