Cherepovetskaya power station
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Cherepovetskaya power station (also called Kaduy power station) is a 1,080-megawatt (MW) power plant (630 MW coal-fired, 450 MW gas-fired) in Vologda province, Russia.
The undated satellite photo below shows the power station near Kaduy, in Cherepovets city, Vologda province.
Background on Plant
The Cherepovetskaya power station is owned by Gazprom, and contains three units, totaling 630 MW, which are coal-fired; the rest of the plant is gas-fired. The plant’s three coal-fired units were brought online between 1976 and 1978.
In November 2018 it was reported that the plant's three units would be retired as of Jan. 1, 2021. The power supplied by the plant would be replaced by a new gas-fired plant and gas pipelines. However, in October 2020 Oleg Kuvshinnikov, governor of the Vologda province, negotiated an agreement for the three coal-fired units to continue operating for at least three more years.
- Sponsor: OGK-2
- Parent company: Gazprom
- Location: Kaduy, Cherepovets city, Vologda province, Russia
- Coordinates: 59.228371, 37.125883 (exact)
- Gross generating capacity (operating): 1,080 MW
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Articles and resources
- Global Power Plant Database, World Resources Institute, Version 1.0.0, April 2018.
- Cherepovetskaya GRES Thermal Power Plant Russia, Global Energy Observatory, accessed June 2018.
- Череповецкая ГРЭС, Wikipedia (Russian), accessed June 2018.
- Череповецкая ГРЭС, OGK-2 website, accessed June 2018.
- СОБЫТИЯ На Череповецкой ГРЭС остановят три энергоблока, 35media.ru, Nov. 12, 2018
- Tatiana Lentina, In boiler room mode, Region 35, January 19, 2021
- In the Vologda region, decisions were made to save the Cherepovets SDPP, RBC, Oct. 9, 2020
- Череповецкая ГРЭС, ENergybase, accessed Aug 30, 2021