Novosibirsk-2 power station

From Global Energy Monitor

Novosibirsk-2 power station (Новосибирская ТЭЦ-2) is a 345-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in Novosibirsk province, Russia.[1]


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

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Background on Plant

The seven-unit, 345-MW coal-fired Novosibirsk-2 power station is owned by SGK, which acquired a 78% stake in the station's operator Sibeko in January 2018.[2][3] In March 2018 it was announced that the plant would switch from burning bituminous coal to lignite because lignite is cheaper.[4]

In August 2018 SGK was acquired by Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK).[5]

In June 2021, it was reported that the company was carrying out repairs and modernization at the turbine unit 6 (65 MW). Another turbine (No. 5) was expected to undergo repairs in November 2021.[6]

Plant Details

  • Sponsor: OAO Sibeko
  • Parent company: Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK)
  • Location: Leninsky rayon, Novosibirsk city, Novosibirsk province, Russia
  • Coordinates: 55.000071, 82.874889 (exact)
  • Status: Operating
  • Gross capacity: 345 MW
  • Type: Subcritical
  • In service:
  • Coal type: Lignite
  • Coal source: Abakansky coal mine; Chernogorsky coal mine; Zarechny coal mine[7]
  • Source of financing:

Articles and resources


  1. Новосибирская ТЭЦ-2, Siberian Generating Company, Accessed June 11, 2021
  2. СГК завершила покупку новосибирской компании СИБЭКО,, Feb. 9, 2018
  3. Новосибирская ТЭЦ-2, Wikipedia (Russian), accessed June 2018.
  4. Перевод ТЭЦ Новосибирска на бурый уголь позволит в 1,5 раза снизить выбросы, Tass, Mar. 21, 2018
  5. Russian coal producer SUEK to take over Siberian Generating Company, Reuters, Aug. 31, 2018
  6. "Новосибирская ТЭЦ-2 СГК проведет капремонт турбины на 26 млн рублей". Jun 23, 2021. Retrieved Jun 30, 2022.
  7. "Поставки угля на новосибирские ТЭЦ не снижаются". Tayga Info. Mar 17, 2022. Retrieved Mar 17, 2022.

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