Petrovskaya power station
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Petrovskaya power station is a supposed 2,400-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant project that would be built in Moscow province, Russia.
The map below shows the location of Shatursky district, the location where the plant would supposedly be built in Moscow 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 two-unit coal-fired power plant of unspecified size at Petrovskaya, with a completion date of 2010-14. Enipedia lists this proposed plant as a three-unit, 2,400-MW coal-fired power plant that is supposedly a project of Mosenergo (TGK-3), a subsidiary of Gazprom.
Mosenergo does not own any other coal-fired power plants. While a "Strategy" page on Mosenergo's English-language website does list a Petrovskaya power plant (although at 4,000 MW, and without mention of whether it would be coal-fired), that page appears to be quite old, and the company's most recent annual report has no mention of the plant, and no mention could be found in news reports either. It seems possible that this project did not survive the restructuring of RAO UES.
- Sponsor: Mosenergo (TGK-3)
- Parent company: Gazprom
- Location: Shatursky district, Moscow province, Russia
- Coordinates: 55.566667, 39.533333 (approximate)
- Status: Cancelled
- Gross Capacity: 2,400 MW
- Type: Supercritical
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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.
- Petrovskaya Powerplant, Enipedia, accessed Feb. 2014.
- Mosenergo 2012 Annual Report.
- Strategy, Mosenergo website, accessed Feb. 2014.