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GE and Energeticheskiye sistemy Vostoka signed the Protocol on the Development of Energy Infrastructure in Primorsky Krai

21.06.2013

RAO Energeticheskiye sistemy Vostoka (company of RusHydro Group) and GE signed the Protocol of Intentions to consider the possibility of mounting six gas turbine units 6FA at Vladivostokskaya CHP-2. The document was signed at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum by Yevgeny Dod, Chairman of the Board of Directors of RAO Energeticheskiye sistemy Vostoka, Chairman of the Management Board of RusHydro, and Ron Pollett, President and CEO of GE in Russia, who also represents Russian Gas Turbines LLC.

Besides the cooperation under the project of extending the capacities of Vladivostokskaya CHP-2, the parties agreed on elaborating the prospects of upgrading other facilities of the Far East energy holding using GE equipment. The Protocol also states the need to set up a regional chain of service centers for the maintenance of gas turbine units.

"A powerful industrial and logistic cluster is being established in the south of Primorsky Krai, and our task is to supply this "growth point" with the necessary energy infrastructure. We need new capacities right here, right now, and I am sure that the Protocol we've signed will help us to solve our tasks in the region more effectively," said Yevgeny Dod, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of RAO Energeticheskiye sistemy Vostoka and Chairman of the Management Board of RusHydro.

"Industrial turbines are very up-to-date particularly in the south of Primorsky Krai and at Vladivostokskaya CHP-2. From 2018 we will put out from service about 200 MW, and we need new equipment to prevent power deficit," said Sergey Tolstoguzov, General Director of RAO Energeticheskiye sistemy Vostoka.

"We are glad to take part in upgrading the energy infrastructure of Primorsky Krai, which will lead industrial development of this region to a brand new qualitative level. Our cooperation will help to duly satisfy growing energy demands of local enterprises," said Ron Pollett, President and CEO, GE in Russia and CIS.

Source:  Russkiy Kabel