Omsk HPS-6 power station
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Omsk HPS-6 power station is a proposed 265-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in Omsk province, Russia.
The map below shows the location of Omsk, the location where the plant would be built in Omsk province.
Background on Plant
The RAO UES 2006-10 five-year plan (from before the restructuring of RAO UES), which RAO management approved in January 2007, lists as a long-term project the construction of a 265-MW coal-fired power plant in Omsk, the Omsk HPS-6 (four other former RAO plants already exist in Omsk: Omsk HPS-2, Omsk HPS-3, Omsk HPS-4, and Omsk HPS-5). The plan gives 2012 as the projected completion date for the project.
In 2007-08, RAO UES was broken up and privatized, and the Omsk assets now belong to Generation Company of the Wholesale Electricity Market No. 11 (OGK-11), a subsidiary of Inter RAO. Today, no mention of the Omsk HPS-6 proposal is available on Inter RAO's website or annual report, and it appears that the project has been abandoned.
- Sponsor: Generation Company of the Wholesale Electricity Market No. 11 (OGK-11)
- Parent company: Inter RAO
- Location: Omsk, Omsk City district, Omsk province, Russia
- Coordinates: 54.97, 73.39 (approximate)
- Status: Cancelled
- Gross Capacity: 265 MW
- Projected in service: TBD
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Articles and resources
- Investment Program of RAO UES of Russia Thermal Generation Companies for 2006-2010 and Key Power-Generating Equipment Required by OGK/TGK for its Implementation, RAO UES document, Jan. 29, 2007.
- Innovations, Investments and Energy Efficiency, Inter RAO website, accessed Mar. 2014.
- Inter RAO 2012 Annual Report, accessed Mar. 2014.