Ulan Ude CHP-2 power station
|This article is part of the Global Energy Monitor coverage of Russia and coal|
Ulan Ude CHP-2 power station is a proposed 230-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in Buryatia Republic, Russia.
The undated satellite photo below shows the gas-fired Ulan Ude CHP-2 plant in Ulan-Ude (Ulaan Üde) city, Buryatia (Buryaad) Republic, where the new coal-fired units would be built.
Background on Plant
In November 2017 the government of Buryatia applied to the Russian government for permission to allocate funds for the construction of two 115-MW coal-fired units at Ulan-Ude CHPP-2, which is currently the site of a coal-fired heating plant. In September 2019 he Eastern Economic Forum, the Far East Investment Promotion and Export Support Agency (ANO "IPA"), and the plant's sponsor TGC-14 signed a cooperation agreement to build the plant for an estimated 33 million rubles.
- Sponsor: TGC-14
- Parent company: Russian Railways
- Location: Ulan-Ude (Ulaan Üde) city, Buryatia (Buryaad) Republic, Russia
- Coordinates: 51.774519, 107.705648 (exact)
- Status: Operating
- Gross capacity: 2 x 115 MW
- Type: Subcritical
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