CHP-11 (Mosenergo) power station

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CHP-11 (Mosenergo) power station (ТЭЦ-11 им. М.Я. Уфаева) is a 320-megawatt (MW) operating gas-fired power station in Moscow, Russia.

Project Details

Table 1: Unit-level details for CHP-11 (Mosenergo) power station

Unit name Status Fuel(s) Capacity (MW) Technology CHP[1] Start year Retired year
1 operating[2] gas[2] 80 MW steam turbine[3] yes[4][2] 1988[3][2]
2 operating[2] gas[2] 60 MW steam turbine[3] yes[4][2] 1989[3][2]
3 operating[2] gas[2] 100 MW steam turbine[3] yes[4][2] 1993[3][2]
4 operating[2] gas[2] 80 MW steam turbine[3] yes[4][2] 2001[3][2]

Table 2: Unit-level ownership details for CHP-11 (Mosenergo) power station

Unit name Operator Owner Parent
1 Mosenergo[100.0%][5] Gazprom[100.0%][6]
2 Mosenergo[100.0%][5] Gazprom[100.0%][6]
3 Mosenergo[100.0%][5] Gazprom[100.0%][6]
4 Mosenergo[100.0%][5] Gazprom[100.0%][6]


Table 3: Plant-level location details for CHP-11 (Mosenergo) power station

Plant name Location Coordinates (WGS 84)
CHP-11 (Mosenergo) power station Moscow, Russia 55.7531, 37.7270 (exact)[2]

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The construction of CHPP-11 with a capacity of 25 MW started in 1931. It became the first power plant in Russia to be fully equipped with domestically produced equipment. By 1940, with four turbine units the electric power of the station reached 100 MW.[2]During the World War II, part of the equipment of the power plant was dismantled, and the installed capacity was reduced to 75 MW. By 1955 the capacity of the power station reached 150 MW. By the end of 1965 the capacity was increased to 300 MW.[2] Since December 1957, CHPP-11 began to use natural gas as fuel.[2]In 1989 and 1993, the technical re-equipment of 50 and 100 MW turbine units commissioned in 1964–1965 was carried out. Their capacity was increased to 60 and 110 MW, respectively. In 1991–1992, the closed fuel depot and part of the fuel supply were dismantled. In their place, two hot-water boilers KVGM with a thermal capacity of 180 Gcal/h each were installed.[2]In 2002, a new power unit with a capacity of 80 MW with a turbine PT-80/100-130/13 and a boiler TGME-436 with a steam capacity of 500 t/h was put into operation at CHPP-11. As a result of further reconstruction of the power plant, all transformers were replaced. Automated commercial metering systems were put into operation: gas (ASKUG), heat with network water (ASKU-TSV start-up complex). The GRU-10 kV and cooling tower No. 5 were reconstructed. Currently, preparatory work is underway at CHPP-11 to ensure the construction of a new chemical plant and a new industrial water pipeline from the Cherkizovsky water supply system in the coming years.[2]

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