Far East | Energy, utilities

FSK UES unveils 2010 energy projects

27 Jan '10
National electrical grid company FSK UES has announced seven new and ongoing energy projects for 2010.

The most interesting of them reportedly include:

- Continued construction of the 500kV, 501MVA Lozovaya substation in Primorsky to be commissioned in 2012;

- Completion of 275km Phase 2 of the 220kV Neryungrinskaya GRES Nizhny Kuranakh power line, planned for Q22010;

- Construction of new 220kV Patrokl and Russkaya substations, 126MVA each; the 18km, 220kV Zelyony Ugol Russkaya power line; and the 220kV Zelyony Ugol substation in Vladivostok as part of the citys preparation for the APEC-2012 summit (to start in Q22010 and be completed in Dec. 2011);

- Construction of the 220kV, 50MVA Airport substation as part of the ongoing Vladivostok Knevichi international airport upgrade (to start in March and be completed in Q32010);

- Construction of the 220kV Klyuchevaya Magdagachi and 500kV Amurskaya the Frontier power lines.

Investment in the projects has yet to be specified.
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