Krasnoyarsk CHP-1 power station

From Global Energy Monitor

Krasnoyarsk CHP-1 power station (Красноярская ТЭЦ-1) is a 486-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in Krasnoyarsk territory, Russia.[1]

Location

The undated satellite photo below shows the plant, which is in Leninsky rayon, Krasnoyarsk city, Krasnoyarsk territory.

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Background on Plant

The nine-unit, 486-MW coal-fired Krasnoyarsk CHP-1 power station is owned by TGC-13, which in turn is owned by SUEK.

The plant’s nine units were brought online between 1954 and 2003.[2][3][1] One source reports that Unit 1 (25 MW) was retired in 2008[1], although the company's website and the information available in the Government decree from February 2022 suggests that this unit is still operational.[4]

In April 2018, the first of the plant's three smokestacks was demolished; SUEK is rebuilding taller smokestacks with modern pollution control equipment.[5] In December 2019 SUEK was building a new smokestack which it claimed would reduce the plant's emissions by 80%.[6]

In 2021, the plant generated 1,397 million kWh of electricity, in 2020 it was 1,584 million kWh.[7]

Modernization

In 2021 Krasnoyarsk CHP-1 power plant was selected for the nation-wide COMMod program for modernizing energy generation equipment, where selected plants will receive capacity payments for 15 years.[8][9] In December 2021, it was reported that two of the boilers have been dismantled as part of the modernization program[10] and replacement boilers were being installed[11]; additionally, two new turbine units were planned to be installed by 2024.[12] The new turbines will replace the existing ones. [10][13] Assembly of the replacement boilers was underway in January and March 2022.[13][14] RUB 15 billion is planned to be spent.[12] According to the government decree from February 2022, after the completion of modernization by 2026, the two 57-MW units will have increased capacity, one at 100MW and the other to other at 87MW.[4]

Planned Retirement

In parallel to the modernization, the government decree from February 2022 lists the anticipated retirement of the four 25MW units and two 60MW units by 2025, totalling 220MW of capacity.[4] Instead, two new 35MW units are planned to be commissioned by the same year.[4]

Oil spill

In 2021 there was an oil spill in Yenisei river. Following investigations, it transpired that this comes from the CHP-1 plant via Shumovskaya channel that flows into Yenisei. This was contested by the plant, but in November 2022 the court order the Krasnoyarsk CHP-1 to install water treatment facilities.[15]

Plant Details

  • Owner: TGC-13 (OJSC Yenisei TGC)
  • Parent company: SUEK
  • Location: Leninsky rayon, Krasnoyarsk city, Krasnoyarsk territory, Russia
  • Coordinates: 56.024994, 93.031421 (exact)
  • Status: Operating
  • Gross capacity (operating): 486 MW[1][16]
    • Unit 1: 25MW (planned retirement 2025)[4]
    • Unit 2: 25 MW (planned retirement 2025)[4]
    • Unit 3: 25 MW (planned retirement 2025)[4]
    • Unit 4: 25 MW (planned retirement 2025)[4]
    • Unit 5: 57 MW (proposed increase to 100MW by 2026)[4]
    • Unit 6: 57 MW (proposed increase to 87MW by 2026)[4]
    • Unit 7: 60 MW (planned retirement 2025)[4]
    • Unit 8: 60 MW (planned retirement 2025)[4]
    • Unit 9: 65 MW
    • Unit 10: 87 MW
  • Gross capacity (proposed) - 70MW
    • Unit 15: 35-MW (planned by 2025)[4][10]
    • Unit 16: 35 MW (planned by 2025)[4][10]
  • Type: Subcritical
  • In service: Unit 1: Unit 2: 1954; Unit 3: 1954; Unit 4: 1954; Unit 5: 1972; Unit 6: 1973; Unit 7: 1972; Unit 8: 1973; Unit 9: 1997; Unit 10: 2003
  • Coal type: Lignite[16]
  • Coal source: Borodinsky coal mine[16]
  • Source of financing:

Articles and resources

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Красноярская ТЭЦ-1, Wikipedia (Russian), accessed June 2018.
  2. Global Power Plant Database, World Resources Institute, Version 1.0.0, April 2018.
  3. Krasnoyarsk CHP-1 Coal Power Plant Russia, Global Energy Observatory, accessed June 2018.
  4. 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 "Приказ Министерства энергетики РФ от 28 февраля 2022 г. № 146 "Об утверждении схемы и программы развития Единой энергетической системы России на 2022 - 2028 годы"". garant.ru. May 2022.
  5. На Красноярской ТЭЦ-1 взорвали трубу, Энергетика и промышленность России, 13 Apr. 2018.
  6. ЭКОЛОГИЧЕСКАЯ МОДЕРНИЗАЦИЯ КРАСНОЯРСКОЙ ТЭЦ-1 СОКРАТИТ ВЫБРОСЫ ТВЁРДЫХ ЧАСТИЦ НА 80%, 1line.info, Dec. 23, 2019
  7. "Производственные итоги 2021 года: выработка электроэнергии и тепла растет". sibgenco.online. January 2022.
  8. "Программы ДПМ и КОММод в электроэнергетике". conomy.ru. February 2021.
  9. "До 2027 года СГК модернизирует 2900 мегаватт мощности тепловых электростанций". energybase.ru. June 2, 2021.
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 "Турбины, фильтры, два котла: что изменится на Красноярской ТЭЦ-1". sibgenco.online. Sep 23, 2021. Retrieved Jul 1, 2022.
  11. "Что сделали энергетики в 2021 году и когда красноярцы увидят результаты". NGS24.ru. Dec 10, 2021. Retrieved Jan 4, 2022.
  12. 12.0 12.1 "На красноярской ТЭЦ-1 продолжается экологическая модернизация". Gornovosti.ru. Dec 9, 2021. Retrieved Jan 4, 2022.
  13. 13.0 13.1 "Плюс три электрофильтра, чистая вода и проект градирни: о планах СГК в Красноярском крае на 2022 год". sibgenco.online. Jan 31, 2022. Retrieved Jul 1, 2022.
  14. "Нужно больше людей: на Красноярской ТЭЦ-1 продолжается работа по замене двух котлоагрегатов". sibgenco.online. Mar 31, 2022. Retrieved Jul 1, 2022.
  15. "Красноярскую ТЭЦ со второй попытки обязали установить очистные сооружения ради защиты Енисея". Interfax Russia. November 2022.
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 "КРАСНОЯРСКАЯ ТЭЦ-1". sibgenco.ru. Retrieved November 2022 via the Wayback Machine. Check date values in: |access-date= (help)

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