Chelyabinsk CHP-2 power station

From Global Energy Monitor

Chelyabinsk CHP-2 power station is a 320-megawatt (MW) coal- and gas-fired power plant that provides heat for residential use in Novogornyy, Chelyabinsk, Russia.[1]

Location

The satellite photo below shows the plant in Novogornyy, Chelyabinsk, Russia.

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Background on Plant

The plant is co-fired by coal and gas and provides heat for residential use in Novogornyy, Chelyabinsk.[1] In February 2021 Fortum and the government of Chelyabinsk signed an agreement to burn coal only as a reserve fuel in 2022 and switch the plant entirely to gas in 2023.[2]

Plant Details

  • Sponsor: OJSC Fortum Russia
  • Parent company: Fortum
  • Location: Novogornyy, Chelyabinsk, Russia
  • Coordinates: 55.155082, 61.497137 (exact)
  • Gross generating capacity (operating): 320 MW
    • Unit 1: Coal- and gas-fired[3] steam turbine[4] with CHP[1], 60 MW[5][6] (start-up in 1962, converting to gas in 2023)[6]
    • Unit 2: Coal- and gas-fired[3] steam turbine[4] with CHP[1], 60 MW[5][6] (start-up in 1964, converting to gas in 2023)[6]
    • Unit 3: Coal- and gas-fired[3] steam turbine[4] with CHP[1], 100 MW[5][6] (start-up in 1968, converting to gas in 2023)[5][6]
    • Unit 4: Coal- and gas-fired[3] steam turbine[4] with CHP[1], 100 MW[5][6] (start-up in 1969, converting to gas in 2023)[5][6]
  • Gross generating capacity (proposed): 320 MW
    • Unit 1: Gas-fired[2] steam turbine[4] with CHP[1], 60 MW[5][6] (start-up in 1962, converting from coal in 2023)[6]
    • Unit 2: Gas-fired[2] steam turbine[4] with CHP[1], 60 MW[5][6] (start-up in 1964, converting from coal in 2023)[6]
    • Unit 3: Gas-fired[2] steam turbine[4] with CHP[1], 100 MW[5][6] (start-up in 1968, converting from coal in 2023)[5][6]
    • Unit 4: Gas-fired[2] steam turbine[4] with CHP[1], 100 MW[5][6] (start-up in 1969, converting from coal in 2023)[5][6]
  • Type: Subcritical and Gas
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