Visiting Kostroma CHPP-1 and CHPP-2
On April 3, 2019, Oleg Bakulin, director of partner relations at Izolyator, visited the Kostroma CHPP-1 and CHPP-2.
Kostroma CHPP-1 and CHPP-2 (combined heat and power plants) are thermal power plants located in Kostroma. Commissioned in 1930 and 1974.
Nominal capacity of CHPP-1 is 33 MW, CHPP-2 — 170 MW as of year end 2015.
Both plants function as part of the Unified Energy System of Russia, particularly of Kostroma Energy System, which, in turn, is part of the United Energy System of Central Russia.
The stations provide combined heat and power generation, and supply energy to the centralized heat supply system of the city of Kostroma. Electricity and power are supplied to the wholesale market. Electricity is supplied through an open switchgear of 110 kV in both cases.
Kostroma CHPP-1 and CHPP-2 are part of Territorial Generating Company No. 2.
At the Kostroma CHPP-1, the guest was welcomed by the head of the electrical department Yevgeny Kozlov, at the Kostroma CHPP-2 — by the head of the electrical department Igor Chistyakov.
Parties discussed the issues of operation and diagnostics of high-voltage inputs, as well as new technologies of Izolyator, including bushings with solid internal RIN insulation.
Both parties noted the exceptional mutual benefit from the meetings held and expressed their intention to actively develop business relations.
Kostroma CHPP-2 (photo: Kostroma Administration)
Kostroma CHPP-1 (photo: Rasfokus.ru)
We appreciate Kostroma CHPP-1 and CHPP-2 for the invitation and fruitful dialogue!