Syktyvkar CHP power station

From Global Energy Monitor

Syktyvkar CHP power station is a proposed 130-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in the Komi Republic of Russia.


The map below shows the location of Syktyvkar, the approximate location where the plant would be located, in Syktyvkar district, Komi Republic.

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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 addition of a coal-fired power plant of unspecified size at Syktyvkar, with a completion date of 2010.[1] Sources also list this plant as being built by TGC-9 (which has now been fully absorbed into its parent company, Integrated Energy Systems (IES), which is in turn a subsidiary of the Renova Group).

The websites of TGC-9 and IES, and IES's 2012 Annual Report, do not mention this plant. (TGC-9 does own the Syktyvkar Komi Branch heating boiler system, which was built in the late 1960's and early 70's, and mostly consists of natural gas-fired boilers; no mention is made of any additions to this plant, or of any other plants in Syktyvkar that are owned by TGC-9.)[2][3]

Project Details

  • Sponsor: TGC-9
  • Parent company: Renova Group
  • Location: Syktyvkar, Syktyvkar district, Komi Republic, Russia
  • Coordinates: 61.66472, 50.81778 (approximate)
  • Status: Shelved
  • Gross Capacity: 130 MW[4]
  • Type: Subcritical[4]
  • Projected in service:
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